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Man charged for CDs

Man charged for CDs

A 27-YEAR-OLD man was charged yesterday for producing CDs of pornographic videos and images. Chin Chenda, an officer at the municipal anti-human trafficking and juvenile protection office at the Interior Ministry, said yesterday that Kong Bunna was arrested in Phnom Penh on Wednesday. “We investigated him after we saw that he had sold a lot of sex CDs,” he said. Kong Bunna said that he had sold the CDs, but copied the material from the internet.

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