by Nic Dunlop
A former political prisoner (now in exile) demonstrates the various regulation positions for prisoners in Burmese prisons – including interrogation positions. Mae Sot, Thai-Burma border.
Nic Dunlop is a Bangkok-based photographer represented by Panos Pictures in London. His work has been published world-wide (The New York Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Guardian). He is co-author of a book on landmines in Cambodia entitled War of the Mines (London 1994). In 1999, he won an award from the John Hopkins University for Excellence in International Journalism for exposing Pol Pot’s chief executioner, Comrade Duch, a story detailed in his book, The Lost Executioner (Bloomsbury 2006). As a result, Duch is the only Khmer Rouge leader to be held in prison awaiting trial. Nic is currently completing a major photo-book on Burma’s dictatorship.
For more of Nic Dunlop's work, see: www.thebppa.com/Nic-Dunlop
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