Dealers get plenty of time to reconsider life

Dealers get plenty of time to reconsider life

A chicken vendor and a casino translator are surely thinking they should have stuck with their day jobs after a Phnom Penh court sentenced them to 27 years in prison yesterday.

Police said the men were busted in a mid-deal house raid with over 1.2 kilos of meth, which they had trafficked to the capital from Poipet. In court, the men maintained their innocence, saying they didn’t own the drugs, but were simply delivery men. The judge obviously did not care. THE PHNOM PENH POST

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