Street justice in Cambodia...

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Street justice in Cambodia...

Postby Loy9 » Sun Jan 10, 2016 5:08 pm

How to deal with it? Your thoughts please?



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Re: Street justice in Cambodia...

Postby Loy9 » Sun Jan 10, 2016 6:04 pm

In the margin: the perps in the vid were learnt a wise lesson after stealing an Iphone6 from a Chinese national. Luckily for them they survived the mob.
One of the perps just left prison.

http://ann.com.kh/post/225580464461896333414854811.html


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Re: Street justice in Cambodia...

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Re: Street justice in Cambodia...

Postby don reid » Fri Jan 15, 2016 4:49 am

i saw a video like this that was in response to some guy who had carelessly hit a scooter rider with his car. shocking, to say the least.



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Re: Street justice in Cambodia...

Postby Loy9 » Fri Jan 15, 2016 10:02 am

Hi Don, I'm sharing the same thoughts.

I never experienced it 'live' though I experience more and more heated discussions between people, even after some minor traffic accidents. When I arrived in the Kingdom it was the 'cool' of the Khmers which I admired so much. They never seemed to lose their temper.

The disbelief in the authorities is nothing new I think, but the factors stress and disunity are increasing in my opinion.

It could be because of the place where I'm actually living but the last accidents I saw always finished in a discussion cursing each other for being Yuon(Vietnamese) or Khmer.

I don't know how I would react when I see it happening live... I don't like to say it but probably I'd be too scared to intervene.


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Re: Street justice in Cambodia...

Postby Loy9 » Sat Feb 20, 2016 1:46 pm



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