He said the nation’s rising murder, suicide and crime rates inspired him to offer the book as a spiritual response to those who try to silence others for having different beliefs.
"All these charges should be dropped, resulting in her immediate and unconditional release," said Human Rights Watch's Robertson. "But sadly, with the restrictions on access to her lawyers, and the case being heard in front of a court that is wholly beholden to the military junta, there is little likelihood she will receive a fair trial."
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