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HMONG REFUGEES REQUEST FOR JUSTICE, TO AMBASSADOR ERIC JOHN, March 25, 2008 PDF  | Print |
Open Letter to Ambassador Eric John, US Embassy to Thailand.
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HIS MAJESTY BHUMIBOL ADULYADEJ, August 29, 2007 PDF  | Print |
With due respect to your Majesty, I would like to write to you this letter of concern about the 149 Hmong refugees in the Nongkhai IDC and the 7,600 Hmong Lao currently trapped inside the detention center in the Province of Phetchabun. First of all, the Hmong people and I would like to express our sincerest appreciation to the Royal Thai Government for the hospitality, nurturing, and embracement of thousands of the Hmongs for these past many decades.  You and your Royal Government have done so much for the Hmong people and we should not ask for more.HisMajesty
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SENATOR SHELDON WHITEHOUSE, August 17, 2007 PDF  | Print |
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to meet you today in concerning the current Hmong refugee crisis in Thailand. As you are aware, the issue is part of an unresolved conflict between the Lao PDR Government and certain Hmong groups who fought side by side with the US Government during the Vietnam War. senatorwhitehouse8_17_07p
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OPEN LETTER TO PM CHULANONT July 24, 2007 PDF  | Print |
July 24, 2007

Open Letter to His Excellency Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont
Regarding your promise to allow third country resettlement for the Hmong
refugees detained at Nong Khai IDC
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HMONG JUNGLE ARE BEING TARGETED FOR HUMILIATION, January 29, 2007 PDF  | Print |
On January 24, 2007, Radio Free Asia broadcasted on the issue concerning the Hmong Lao from the jungles as opium producers. The broadcast indicated that the RTG police in Huay Nam Khao stated that these Hmongs smuggled opium by using children and women to carry the drugs which are then handed over to the Hmong Thai for further marketing. The broadcast further stated that these opium producers are now living in Huay Nam Khao, a total of 1000 of them. The broadcast also stated that these Hmong Lao from the jungles are not political asylum seekers or victims of human rights violation, but a group of opium producers who depend on the jungle for opium production.   ambassadorboyce1_29_071
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