Activist Kung Raiya Released on Bail

Dissident Kung Raiya, who faces up to two years in prison on charges related to his printing of T-shirts with murdered political analyst Kem Ley’s image and words, was released on bail on Friday afternoon, his lawyer said.

Raiya was arrested in July a day before the third anniversary of Ley’s murder and later charged with “incitement to commit a felony” after promoting the shirts online to commemorate the third anniversary of the popular government critic’s killing.

Ley’s words were printed on the back of the shirts: “If you do nothing, you will certainly suffer; it is just not your turn yet.”

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