AFP admits role in Queensland woman Yoshe Taylor’s Cambodian prison hell

When Yoshe Taylor left Brisbane for Phnom Penh in late 2013, she had no idea that the Australian Federal Police were tracking her.

She thought she was on her way to starting a new job selling Cambodian arts and crafts for a reputable dealer.

But the man she knew only as Precious Max, and whom she had trusted with her friendship, had other ideas.

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