Fight for justice for Myanmar reporter Aung Naing
The BBC's Jonah Fisher reports from Mon State in Myanmar on the ongoing fight for justice for Burmese freelance journalist Aung Naing - better known as Par Gyi - who was shot dead in army custody in October 2014.
Last year his body was exhumed from a shallow grave. A post mortem found he had five gunshot wounds and may have been beaten before he died.
The army said he was working for a rebel army and that they shot him trying to escape.
Now it has emerged that a military court put two soldiers on trial for the murder and acquitted them in secret.
Jonah Fisher reports from Mon state in Myanmar.
11 May 2015
- From the section Asia