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Sandler missing

Sandler missing

Immigration police have not found Internet pornographer Dan Sandler, who was expelled

from Cambodia last year but returned a few weeks ago.

An official said police had distributed about 100 photos to police stations in Phnom

Penh and the provinces and asked law enforcement officers to keep an eye out for

Sandler in guest houses.

Police suspect that Sandler is either hiding in the provinces or has left the country.

He was declared persona non grata after he set up an Internet website containing

violent pornography. This time, Sandler claimed he would not engage in illegal or

pornographic activities, but wanted to work as an English teacher.

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