Man shot in Rock Night Club. Police denied entry.

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Re: Man shot in Rock Night Club. Police denied entry.

Post by Anchor Moy » Tue May 10, 2016 10:49 am

@JL If it's not on FB, it didn't happen, no worries. It's just that Indochine 2 always struck me as such a straight (and safe) place. I used to take my parents for meals there.
@Duncan: You need the "Man shot himself while visiting forest" thread. There's a lot of it about.

Meanwhile, back to the OP, the other shooting that didn't happen : https://www.cambodiadaily.com/news/resp ... ng-112381/
Ok, so correction, the nightclub belongs to Kith Thieng:
The nightclub is owned by Kith Thieng, a powerful businessman in his own right and the brother of Royal Group chairman Kith Meng, one of the country’s wealthiest men.
Mr. Thareth said on Monday that after arriving at the club, his officers had complied with a request from the nightclub’s owner to stay away from the crime scene...
But, nothing happened anyway, so that hasn't changed:
Khiet Thieng initially denied knowledge of the incident when contacted on Monday.

“Nothing happened,” he said, referring questions to police after being given details of the altercation.

Asked whether officials had been barred from entering the premises, Mr. Thieng would not comment directly but said it was possible the altercation had happened outside the nightclub.

The suspect—who is known to police but has not been named—fled the scene and remains at large, Mr. Thareth said...
Seems like there's a few people who have not been shot in PP and elsewhere. :popcorn:
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