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Activist Tep Vanny Sentenced to More Than Two Years in Prison - The Cambodia Daily


Activist Tep Vanny Sentenced to More Than Two Years in Prison - The Cambodia Daily: Presiding Judge Long Kesphirum read out the decision against Ms. Vanny as her supporters and state security guards clashed outside the courtroom.

“The Phnom Penh Municipal Court decided to sentence defendant Tep Vanny to two years and six months in prison and fine 5 million riel [about $1,250] to the state budget,” he said.

Ms. Vanny was also ordered to compensate two state security guards, Hor Hoeun and Uk Rotana, 4 million riel (about $1,000) and 5 million riel (about $1,250) in compensation, respectively.

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