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... Today marks four weeks since Mr. Leap, 22, and his brother-in-law Chamroeun Seyha, 26, were beaten on the street. Mr. Leap says they were beaten more severely at the district police station after being detained over a traffic dispute with district officer Chhay Sina, who is among the suspects.
Chamroeun Seyha died on October 22, the day after the two men were released. Local residents said the men left custody in far worse physical condition than when they were arrested.
The suspected officers—Mr. Sina, Pheakdey Vitou and Kheang Sok Theng—have not shown up to work since the incident, police said.
Provincial court prosecutor Lim Sokuntha said on Thursday that he would issue a warrant for the officers if they did not heed the summons.
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