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In Brief: Heng Pov to receive another verdict

In Brief: Heng Pov to receive another verdict

The

Phnom Penh Municipal Court is set to hand down a verdict to former city

police Chief Heng Pov and three other men today, in connection with the

attempted murder of Thong Uy Pang, editor of the local newspaper Koh

Santepheap. Heng Pov is currently serving a total of 74 years in Prey

Sar prison for multiple convictions, including murder, counterfeiting,

extortion and kidnapping. His defence lawyer, Kav Soupha, confirmed

Monday that his client would appear in court. "Heng Pov will be

escorted to the court to face the charges against him," he said.

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