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Porn man back

Porn man back

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nternet pornographer Dan Sandler, expelled from Cambodia in November last year,

is back in Phnom Penh.

At Post press time, Sandler, 35, had been in Cambodia for a week. He reportedly entered

the country on a new passport at the border in Poipet. Sandler's old passport had

been stamped by police to ban him from coming back to Cambodia.

Last year, Sandler caused widespread outrage by setting up an Internet web site called

'Rape Camp' that displayed violent pornographic photos.

He was arrested and deported late last year after a complaint from the Minister of

Women's Affairs, Mu Sochua. Sandler has told people he now wants to work as an English

teacher.

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