A Change of Guard

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Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Suspect ruled out in shooting [Is Gen. Chuon Narin trying to cover up or was he also involved in the murder because the suspect is his personal bodyguard?]

According to a Facebook user Nokor Koktlork, a police investigator told him that the killer of tycoon Ung Meng Cheu was a policeman whose photos and images were captured by a CCTV camera. That policeman is Sok Monitra, a personal bodyguard of Gen. Chuon Narin, Deputy Police Commissioner of Phnom Penh. See the images below.
ប៉ូលីសជំនាញខ្សឹបប្រាប់ឲ្យដឹងថា ឃាតក គឺជាប៉ូលីស ដែលពាក់សំលៀក បំពាក់ហ្នឹង (ជាមនុស្សតែមួយ) ដែលបាញ់បានលោកឧកញ៉ា អ៊ឺង ម៉េង ជឺ ថៅកែក្រុមហ៊ុនស៊ីម៉ង់ត៍ពេជ្រ និងជាម្ចាស់ហាងពេជ្រ ហុងកុង «ករណីពាក់ព័ន្ធនឹងការរកស៊ីដីធ្លី» កាលពីល្ងាចថ្ងៃទី២២ ខែវិច្ឆិកា ២០១៤។

Thy Sovanthaគំនូរលើរូបនេះ ខ្ញុំជាអ្នកគូរ

កាត់ពីវីដេអូពិតៗ បើមានបញ្ហាខ្ញុំទទួលខុសត្រូ

ខ្ញុំដាក់ការសង្ស័យ ខ្ញុំមិនមែនចោទប្រកាន់ទេ/ Share

The comparison above was drawn by Miss Thy Sovantha and was broadcast by Hang Meas TV linking the images of the murder suspect during the murder and at the scene of the murder after the alleged killer has allegedly returned to the murder to inspect whether the victim was really dead.
Police yesterday said they had ruled out a district police officer as a suspect in the Saturday-night slaying of businessman Ung Meng Cheu in Phnom Penh.
In the aftermath of the tycoon being shot dead on Sihanouk Boulevard, photos emerged online of an officer standing close to the victim’s lifeless body.
That officer, social media users pointed out, resembled the shooter who had earlier fired six bullets into Meng Cheu, chairman of the Shimmex Group, after he climbed out of his Lexus at about 7:15pm.
The man appears to be dressed the same as the shooter shown in closed-circuit television footage. This includes a shirt with sleeves rolled up and an item clipped to his belt or protruding from his pocket.
Chuon Narin, Phnom Penh deputy police chief, admitted there were similarities between the officer and the shooter, but said police had quickly ruled out the officer as a suspect.
“The man is a police officer from Chamkarmon district assigned to protect me when I went to the site,” Narin said. “The [similarity] is the shirt colour. Police have looked closely at his phone cover and ID card [on his belt]. Also, he is only 170 centimetres tall and in his early 20s. The shooter is 175 centimetres and in his late 30s.”
Narin urged Facebook users to stop accusing the police officer, adding that conclusions should be left to the experts.
“We are all trying to catch the suspects. This is not a simple case,” Narin said.

Moments before the shooting, witnesses saw two men pull up on a motorbike as Meng Cheu arrived alone at the fruit shop near Olympic Stadium. The shooter, who fled with his accomplice, did not try to rob the businessman.
A police source who spoke on condition of anonymity said that Meng Cheu’s two bodyguards had been questioned. Narin, however, said they had since been cleared of any involvement.
Meng Cheu’s Shimmex Group is made up of construction, jewellery and import-export companies.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court investigating judge Keo Mony said yesterday that Meng Cheu – who held the title “oknha” – was due to appear in court on December 8 over a business dispute with another tycoon, Chheang Paksour.
A court official, who requested not to be named, said Paksour had filed a complaint against Meng Cheu over 10 hectares of land worth tens of millions of dollars in the capital’s Sen Sok district.
“Meng Cheu was also involved in other court cases,” he said.
Paksour’s son, Chheang Sovichet, confirmed yesterday that his father was the complainant in one case.
“The dispute is over land in an area near Camko City,” he said. “I know that he [Meng Cheu] is dead, but the complaint will go on. This is all I know.”
Meng Cheu’s lawyer, Ty Kim Srean, said yesterday that she had represented him in a number of court cases, though she would not say how many.
“He always wanted compromise and a peaceful ending, not to cause trouble for any party,” she said. “I think he was a good guy. A lot of people liked him. I did not think anyone wanted to do anything bad to him.”


Kmenhwatt said...

Cpp thugs [Police] will uses khmer innocent for escape goat again like the case of killing Chut Vuthy and Chea Vichea before.

Who would wants to live in kingdom of thugs?!? The society should find justice for victim but in kingdom of thugs is the opposite,the victim gets blame for or putting in jail unjust,the killers or evil-doers with connection to powerful elite of Cpp roam free.I am so sad to see all of these killing in the land of Buddhism.

Stop cover up your crime,stop cover up your fellow cops,justice must be served for all not just for your clans/thugs,we all Khmer one blood,one nation.

Anonymous said...

Cambodia is currently run by the mafias and their boss is Hun Sun, the traitor, who controls the executive, legislative and judiciary.
Don’t expect any relief soon, unless HS is assassinated.