This week, as he waged war on the people and defamed and persecuted Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the junta leader, his wife and his predecessor sought the company of monks.
Twelve of those have died while in the regime’s custody, seven while being tortured during interrogation, said the party, which won last year’s election in a landslide.
Former NLD lawmaker U Phyo Zeya Thaw was a rapper, activist, political prisoner and MP before his recent arrest by the junta, which has branded him a key enemy.
Two weeks after his violent arrest, the junta announces numerous charges against Ko Jimmy, accusing him of masterminding a campaign of guerrilla warfare in Yangon.
Its decision to hold her in an undisclosed location and the sheer number of charges brought against her are unprecedented.