The case against Rath Rott Mony, a translator jailed for two years for his alleged contributions to Russia Today’s documentary on sex trafficking in Cambodia, is headed to the Supreme Court, Rott Mony’s lawyer said.
Sam Titseyha said on Tuesday that he was contesting the Appeal Court’s decision of Nov. 29 to uphold the guilty verdict against Rott Mony for incitement to discriminate.
“Mr. Rott Mony thinks that the Appeal Court’s decision is unjust, so he cannot accept it,” Titseyha said. “I request that the Supreme Court acquit my client, and that the court will allow him to meet with his family soon.”
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