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Sokha trial

Sokha trial

The scheduled September 25 trial of those accused in connection with Jeun Sokha's

killing has been adjourned. After four hours of testimony at Phnom Penh Municipal

Court, trial judge Nop Sophon ordered that the investigation into her death be re-opened

and adjourned the trial until the investigation was complete. "The judge seems

to be very much on top of the case, and wants to find out what really happened,"

said George Cooper of Legal Aid of Cambodia which is representing Jeun Sokha's family.

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