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Bodyguards jailed

Bodyguards jailed

Three men received 68 days in jail on March 8 in connection with a shoot-out involving

two nephews of PM Hun Sen. One person was injured in the December incident at a Phnom

Penh restaurant. Two bodyguards, Eak Saran, 34, and Ram Sakhan, 24, were found guilty

of using a weapon illegally and destroying property. Charges against the PM's nephews

were dropped for lack of evidence.

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