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Don’t underestimate the long memory of the law

A justice-dodging border hopper was arrested by police yesterday. Having previously been indicted for robbery by a judge in Battambang, the man snuck over the border to Thailand, where he worked as a construction worker.

Assuming the heat had died down, just 10 days later, he returned to Cambodia. Police had better memories than he gave them credit for and arrested him.

Koh Santepheap

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