Photograph: Pha Lina / Phnom Penh Post Supreme Court yesterday handed down a two-year-old guilty verdict to a woman involved in throwing shoes at a party. Cambodian people took place in Ong village, Ream commune, Prey Nop district, Preah Sihanouk province in April 2017.
Judge Kong Srim read the verdict in the courtroom in absentia with the accused and the lawyer in the case. The accused woman is Sam Sokha and is represented by her lawyer, Lo Chun Thy. The accused woman has been charged with two counts of felony murder in Kampong Speu Provincial Court, one of which was sentenced to two years in prison and fined 5 million riels in the same month. January 2018.
"The court understands that the appeal court upheld the two-year sentence for the accused woman legally," the judge said.
Lor Chon Thy, a lawyer for the accused woman, told the phone that he had asked the Supreme Court to drop the sentence and consider dismissing 1 The charge (the charge is based in Thailand) is because one charge before he had served two years had expired.
“Today, the court said there was no reconsideration principle,” he said. Now it is unknown if the Supreme Court upheld it. All his cases are four years in prison and a fine of 10 million riel.
The case is filed by Sam Sokha, 38, a garment worker living in Trapeang village, Chbar Mon town, Kampong Speu province. Footwear throwing on the CPP label was conducted in Oung village, Ream commune, Prey Nop district, Preah Sihanouk province. After the incident, police sought an arrest warrant in Kampong Speu court and the accused woman fled to Thailand. .
During her escape in Thailand, the accused women posted messages critical of the Cambodian government but were later arrested by Thai authorities Returned to Cambodian authorities during 2018. The woman accused of publicly insulting and inciting discrimination, she appealed to the Court of Appeal but was upheld. Same sentence