Prosecution Uses Evidence From Controversial Facebook Account About Kem Sokha’s Daughters

“Even Hun Sen said if you want to have a fight do it individually. Do not involve families,” Kem Sokha said. “Please do not involve my family.”

The council of judges allowed the prosecution on Wendesday afternoon to present evidence about opposition leader Kem Sokha’s daughters that was sourced from an anonymous Facebook account, which routinely posted documents and photos related to the so-called color revolution.

The Facebook account, called “Kon Khmer,” frequently posted documents, photos and leaks in the run up to the commune election, Kem Sokha’s arrest and dissolution of the Cambodia National Rescue Party in 2017, targeting the party’s members and pushing the concocted color revolution narrative.

This is the first time evidence from the questionable source was presented in court, which has in the past few years been reproduced by pro-government local media outlets, especially government mouthpiece Fresh News.

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