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Expose the essence

Expose the essence

Dear Editor,

Your esteemed newspaper shows your high standard of morality by publishing on the

29 Oct. 99 issue a translation of the diary of actress Pelika and her Khmer scripture

in her own hand writing. Of course, she was of Chinese origin born in Cambodia after

several generations of Chinese descendants.

Mr.Hun Sen and wife of course will not sue the French magazine l'Express in Paris,

France because these two are too scared of the real laws in a law abiding society

like France.

Cambodia is a mafia state with a mafia type of leadership !!!

Your esteemed newspaper must expose this essence in this country.

I thank you for your attention, and congratulate you for your exceptionally high

moral standard in the practice of your profession.

Van Vary, Law graduate, Oxford University, UK. (EXETER College)

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