Kem ley critic of cambodian government shot dead in shop by rival gang
A popular cambodian-language newspaper has criticised the government in Laos in recent days over a local leader who has been shot dead in a shop.
Kem ley critic of the government, Anakapicha, said the local branch of the leftist magazine, Nie, published a column today, accusing the regional authorities of targeting and killing influential opponents.
Nie was allegedly assassinated with a bullet to the neck after 성남출장마사지 성남출장샵he made threats against the local government at a regional summit held earlier this week in Phnom Penh.
Anakapicha’s column said: “We are not sure how long Anakapicha will live. We are also not certain where his body will be found… There is a lot of suspicion that a big criminal organization has targeted the [local] leader.”
It described a similar killing two days ago, in 인터넷카지노which former president Thammasat Thachadieu was gunned down at his home in a rural village.
But Anakapicha warned: “Anakapicha, if you want a body found, please get the body out and let us know you’re dead.”
Nie, known for its anti-GMP articles and pro-Bolivian and anti-communist comments, was owned by a group of Chinese businessmen but has received support from several other Vietnamese, including former prime minister Nguyen Van Thieu, who was assassinated in 2006.
At its website, Namkhom Nie said it was the result of a conspiracy with the “Communist secret police”
Nie said the local police were aware of the plot and “decided” to “take measures to kill Anakapicha or at least to target and kill Anakapicha’s family members and friends”.
In addition to the local government, there were출장 several groups including the US-based Council on Foreign Relations and the US-based Center for Strategic and International Studies that helped to run the coup, it added.
It said the plot was a “planned coup in an attempt by the government to put the leadership of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the People of the Shining Path in a position of power”.
“According to the CIA and our [Cambodian] intelligence, the Chinese mafia has set a trap” for the leader and his family members, Namkhom Nie wrote.
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