Abandoned documents at raided cockfighting ring allegedly owned by PM’s in-law

Oops? The Phnom Penh Post reports:

Kandal, Cambodia – Abandoned documents, found by Phnom Penh Post reporters at a raided cockfighting ring allegedly owned by Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen’s in-law, suggest a network of local payoffs across Kandal province.

A trove of documents left behind by law enforcement officials at a recently shuttered cockfighting ring allegedly owned by the nephew-in-law of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen appears to show organised payments to police and government officials across Kandal province.The documents – trampled into the mud behind the shuttered arena along with scraps of scorecards, tickets, invoices for Budweiser and fake $100 bills – paint a picture of an illegal gambling operation allegedly run by Thai Phany that appeared to exist with the widespread knowledge of local authorities.

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