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Keeler release

Keeler release

UK citizen John Keeler, who was convicted of debauchery three years ago, will be

released August 26 having served his sentence. The former headmaster of an English

language school in Phnom Penh was arrested in August 2000 for indecently filming

four girls aged between eight and ten in a Takhmau park. The girls accused him of

giving them sweets and an unspecified drug before he filmed them performing sex acts.

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