Myanmar’s military is allegedly charging families about $85 to retrieve the bodies of relatives killed by security forces during protests and crackdown. Since the military overthrew Myanmar’s elected government in a February 1 coup, the country has been witnessing a series of protests by the citizens against the armed force. The military have allegedly continued to intimidate the protesters by firing life rounds and through high-handiness. More than 700 people have died through this according to AAPP. According to advocacy group, Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP), Bago, which is 90 kilometers (56 miles) northeast of Yangon was “raided” by the military’s security forces leaving at least 82 dead. Myanmar’s military fired on anti-coup protesters in Bago city Friday, using assault rifles, rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs), and hand grenades, AAPP said.