Cambodian Official Threatens Beatings, ‘Accidents’ For Migrant Workers Opposing HE

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Cambodian Official Threatens Beatings, ‘Accidents’ For Migrant Workers Opposing HE

Post by Kung-fu Hillbilly » Tue Oct 16, 2018 2:06 pm

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2018-10-15

"Cambodian workers taking part in protests against Prime Minister HE in other countries should be identified and beaten by gangsters or made to suffer “traffic accidents,” a ruling party official says in a recording taken from a phone call, and now circulating widely on Facebook."

"“Let’s find some gangsters and thugs and then use them to beat up the identified targets. Just do whatever you can to break them down,” Heng Sour says, adding that if the attackers are later arrested, they will probably be sent back to Cambodia after serving short terms in jail."

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Re: Cambodian Official Threatens Beatings, ‘Accidents’ For Migrant Workers Opposing HE

Post by canucklhead » Wed Oct 17, 2018 10:04 am

" The beatings will continue, until moral improves"
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