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Scott out of prison

Scott out of prison

B RITISH doctor Gavin Scott was released from T3 prison on Nov 23 at the end of a

five-month jail term.

Scott, wearing a beard and baseball cap, gave no indication of his immediate plans

and said: "I'm alive" when asked about his health. He is understood to

have left Cambodia temporarily for "recuperation".

On Oct 24, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court found Scott guilty of attempted rape of

five tenage boys.

At a press conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club the day after his release,

Scott refused to answer most questions.

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