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Cambodia: Key step for justice with acquittal of men scapegoated in trade unionist’s murder

Headline Title:  Cambodia: Key step for justice with acquittal of men scapegoated in trade unionist’s murde 25 September 2013 The acquittal and imminent release of two men wrongly convicted for the killing of a trade union leader is a major step towards justice in Cambodia, Amnesty International said.Following a grossly unfair trial, Born Samnang, 32, and Sok Sam Oeun, 45, were sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2005 after being convicted of the murder of trade union leader Chea Vichea the year before. They are due to be released on 26 September after a Supreme Court decision to acquit…

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