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In Brief: Ieng sary counsel remove more FILES

Ieng Sary's defence team have removed all documents from its website

after ECCC judges said they represented a breach of confidentiality.

"It is with deep regret and disappointment that the Defence ... has

been forced to remove all documents from its website that do not appear

already on the official ECCC website," a press release posted on the

website said. "Although the Defence submits that this is an incoherent

and overly restrictive interpretation [of confidentiality], it is

obliged to comply" it added. The lawyers added they would appeal the

matter.

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