Two Myanmar workers condemned for UK deaths seek Thai King’s clemency

NONTHABURI, THAILAND (AP) – The families of two Myanmar migrant workers sentenced to death for the brutal murders of two British tourists in Thailand in 2014 have appealed to the Thai King to spare their lives. The mothers of Zaw Lin and Wai Phyo, accompanied by other relatives, lawyers and a senior diplomat from Myanmar’s Embassy in Thailand, submitted an official petition for clemency yesterday at Bang Kwang prison on the outskirts of Bangkok, where the two men are being held. More details in Friday’s Borneo Bulletin