Burma's military is forcing prisoners to work as porters and as 'human mine sweepers' in conflict zones ... according to Human Rights Watch. In a 70-page report, Human Rights Watch documents Burma's army using convicts as "human pack mules" in conflicts against ethnic rebels. It has called for a United Nations led inquiry into allegations of torture, summary execution and forcing convicts to carry heavy equipment through heavily-mined areas. Presenter: Sen Lam Speaker: Elaine Pearson, deputy Asia director, Human Rights Watch Radio Australia:Asia Pacific:Story:Burma's army uses convicts as 'human mine sweepers' - HRW THIS IS A NEW LOW!!!