Man Shoots Medical Student Girlfriend to Death in Phnom Penh

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Brody wrote: Fri Jan 24, 2020 2:32 pm These Khmer male pukes are all momma's-boys...........

Lean on his fucking highfalutin parents and you'll find him quick, I think.

I think tracking the calls that are made to his parents would lead to where he is.
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thats to simple he is from the elite and the elite look after there own.
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Mish I know of a couple of cases in other countries where the parents have made payments to have guilty parties (usually the son) taken out of the country. I know you are a strong supporter of the unit this coward came from but I think it's time they look further afield as I think he's in a neighbouring country or close to the border. He is too much of a coward to top himself and as Duncan said I would be pulling in the parents for a talk and tracking their phones and movements. I even think Pieman is right in this instance as the parents have some money it seems so they an possibly afford to pay off people as needs be.
I hope they Battalion do get their hands on him. Alive. Then they can teach him about honour and respect before handing him over to the law.
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"Then they can teach him about honour and respect before handing him over to the law."

Just to present a contrarian view -

EVerybody, elite units in particular, need to follow the law - strictly.
The very last thing we need is for them to think their own ideas about summary justice are OK.

Do we believe in the rule of law or not.
If so, these guys should be the first to step into line - they set the tone.

Personally, i am a firm believer in the rule of law. It is the only protection of the poor, and everybody.
I think Cambodia would be a far better place for it, and these unit are the place to set the standard.
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This case has attracted some attention. The perp will be caught eventually and given a long sentence. While there certainly is some immunity that comes with power and influence here, not many get away with directly shooting someone in the face.
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just like the girl who murdered with her car.
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PIEMAN wrote: Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:22 pm just like the girl who murdered with her car.
Hang on. Wasn't that one not premeditated while this one was?
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Mishmash wrote: Fri Jan 24, 2020 11:03 am Please recall our best units were trained by the finest from the US and AUS.

I recall "Strike Hard, Strike Fast, No Mercy!!" and "De Opresso Liber" being particularly well drilled :thumb:

Believe sir, believe!!! The brothers have turned their backs. End of story

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I know you've got a hard-on for the local military, but as far as I know, it's been ages since any significant number were directly "trained" by the US or AUS. The issues with the military here are numerous, but as with most problems here, the most glaring is the endemic corruption which permeates their institutions. Training doesn't really make any difference if leadership positions can be bought/sold (or used for personal gain), private cars are allowed to have RCAF plates, staff are allowed to work "part-time"/spend more time on their side-businesses, conflicts of interest are ignored and so on. Military effectiveness and operational readiness is severely compromised except for perhaps a few "key" units. Besides, it's not their job to arrest the perp. The police are there for that. Though maybe you meant guys from his unit wouldn't harbour him? In that case I understand. Either way, I thought he was already in custody, so this is all quite surreal that he's still on the lam.
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clutchcargo wrote: Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:38 pm
PIEMAN wrote: Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:22 pm just like the girl who murdered with her car.
Hang on. Wasn't that one not premeditated while this one was?
I WOULD THINK DRIVING A CAR AT 70MPH IN PP ON A SIDE STREET IS AS PREMEDITATED AS IT GETS.
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PIEMAN wrote: Fri Jan 24, 2020 5:14 pm
clutchcargo wrote: Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:38 pm
PIEMAN wrote: Fri Jan 24, 2020 4:22 pm just like the girl who murdered with her car.
Hang on. Wasn't that one not premeditated while this one was?
I WOULD THINK DRIVING A CAR AT 70MPH IN PP ON A SIDE STREET IS AS PREMEDITATED AS IT GETS.
Yeah, I get where you're coming from in terms of the outcomes.

From memory, it was never substantiated whether that teenage driver was 16, 17 or 18 and indeed, whether she even had a car license. Sure, careless, negligent driving to the extreme but no intention to kill. Clueless, irresponsible girl didn't think of the consequences of her actions.

The other guy, seemingly totally different story coz he can't argue it was a negligent accident.
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