A government lawyer called the defense teams’ evidence a “gift” to his case at the end of the third day of a treason trial against banned opposition leader Kem Sokha.
During Wednesday’s afternoon session, the presiding judge showed the full version of a two-minute video clip that government lawyer Ky Tech had presented as evidence of Sokha conspiring with foreign governments.
Tech expressed concern that he did not have sufficient time to view the full video when the court broke for lunch. But by the end of the day, he said the hourlong video from Melbourne in 2013, in which Sokha speaks about his politics and activism, would aid his case.
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