How a false rape allegation sparked ethnic violence in Myanmar

Published on Oct 27, 2015

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It all started with the allegation of a rape. A Buddhist woman, Phyu Phyu Min, filed a police report in Myanmar’s second largest city of Mandalay, charging that two Muslim co-workers raped her. Before long, a local website picked it up. The consequences were lethal…

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2 Responses to “How a false rape allegation sparked ethnic violence in Myanmar”

  1. Alan C Y Kok Says:

    Dr KoKo Gyi,

    Even if you’re based in the city where the alleged rape taken place,
    you’ll never know who told the lies. It’s likely the rape might have taken place, though the identity of the two perpetrators might not be verified immediately before the riot took place.
    That’s my opinion though. Regards,

    Alan Kok

    • drkokogyi Says:

      Dear Friend,
      U R absolutely wrong.
      Accusor and her companions are JAILED even by the Myanmar court for more than 10 yrs for giving FALSE Police reports and causing the riots. The one who asked them to do so…U Wirathu is free.

      IF you want to talk personally to one of my 2 brothers in this video…come to the clinic.

      Just because the victims are NOT CHRISTIANS you have a heart to accuse us like this.

      I have 90% of relatives there (few hundred of them) and another few hundred closed friends back in Mandalay. My brother brought in one Muslim who was shot at his head by the police, who failed to stop the rioters/aggressors but shot at the Muslims gathered to protect the Masjid and their homes. I arranged to meet the FORTY RIGHTS boss, Mr Smith (a good and fair minded Christian) even at my house.

      So your accusation is proven wrong.

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