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FTU head sues police for damaged vehicles

FTU head sues police for damaged vehicles

Free Trade Union (FTU) president Chea Mony filed suit against Kampong Speu provincial police chief Keo Pisy, alleging his department ruined cars belonging to him and other FTU members.

In the lawsuit filed in Kampong Speu Provincial Court, Mony alleges Pisey confiscated cars belonging to Mony and other FTU members after they drove to the Sabrina Garment Factory to intervene in a clash between unionists at a protest there in June.

When the cars were returned, Mony said, they were destroyed. In an interview, Mony said he was unsure if he would request monetary compensation, but wanted to press criminal charges.

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