PHNOM PENH, President of the Youth Council of Cambodia, and a member of the Supreme Council for Disaster The commenter posted a message on Facebook (Pich Sros – Pich Fresh) on January 22, 2020: "Breaking the Prosecutor Kep Case The AIS school assesses the young people with their recent education
Police report that the police report is a felony, but the prosecutor is on the side
That would have turned the crime into a deliberate act of violence, so this case seems to go unnoticed.
And it smells very bad. What do you think… ..? ”
Phnom Penh Municipal Court investigating judge Ouk Sovannarith has ordered 15-year-old Nil Seang student to be detained in AIS prison Temporary schoolteachers (PJ) on January 21, 2020 accidentally hit a schoolboy as a result.
Seng Heang, deputy prosecutor at the Phnom Penh Municipal Court on the morning of January 21, 2020, accused an AIS American student of violence. Intentionally punishable by death under Article 224 of the Penal Code.
The Bong Keng Kang Police Inspectorate detained a student at 16:40 pm on January 18, 2020 at 1 87th Street Next to a school fence in a water-tight neighborhood due to a violent incident (students and students fighting, causing accidents Died: Born on Street 402, Group 11, Village 2, Sangke District Strengthening.
The suspect, Nili Seang Boy, was a student at the school at No. 3A, Street 12BT, Boeng Pkum 1, Khan Mean Chey.
The victim, Sam Samnongvong, male, age 14, Khmerman, Grade 9d, stayed at 430 Blvd 24BT, Thnout Chreng Village, Sangkat Boeng Pun, Khan Meanchey.
Pre-Incident January 18, 2020 Victim along with his friend rode a motorbike out of school to meet with victim Street 402, Boeng Keng Kang Water Supply District, Dating with Suspects (Conflict Ahead) From the encounter the suspect also attacked, while the victim fell, so did the suspect. He was riding a motorbike today, but was later taken by a friend to a Khmer-Soviet friend's hospital, but was treated by a doctor. Tell him he's dead.
The juvenile students were sent by the Inspector General of BELTEI to the Court of Law on January 21, 2020 by: Columbus