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Union leader confident "killers" will be freed

Union leader confident "killers" will be freed

Chea Mony, President of the Free Trade Union of Workers, told local media he was

confident the two men jailed in 2004 after being accused of killing his brother,

Chea Vichea, the former FTU President, would be released after the appeal court held

its hearing in the case on April 6. Chea Mony said there was enough proof to guarantee

the release of the pair. The Phnom Penh municipal court sentenced Born Samnang and

Sok Sam Oeun to 20-years in August 2005.

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