US journalist Danny Fenster released from Myanmar prison

Under wraps , American journalist who had been detained in Myanmar’s notorious Insein Prison for more than 5 months, was launched and deported on Monday afternoon, according to his employer at Frontier Myanmar.
The report was also confirmed by the US ex-diplomat Richardson, who just lately visited Myanmar and talked with junta leader Gen. Min Aung Hlaing. He told Associated Press that Fenster “would be touring residence soon”.



Fenster, 37, who worked as an English editor for Frontier Myanmar, was charged with inciting unrest by the Myanmar navy on accusations of conspiracy to commit illegal affiliation and breaking immigration laws and sentenced to eleven years in jail last week.
He was additionally charged under Section 124-A of the Penal Code and Section 50 (a) of the Anti-Terrorism Law, which carries a most sentence of 20 years, final week. Fenster was arrested at Yangon International Airport on May 24, while returning to the United States with his family..

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