STATEMENT (in khmer) of HENG POV, adviser of HUN SEN

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  • #483132
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    Heng Pov was one of the police chiefs [of the city] of Phnom Penh, he was a key witness but also played an active role in the exactions made by the Prime Minister and his regime. Today Heng Pov is on the run, he provides [here] his exclusive testimony.

    http://hengpoev.alkablog.com

    http://www.cambodiapolitic.org/news_06/moneaksekar_06/moneak_06_08/21_m1.pdf

    http://ia311543.us.archive.org/1/items/HengPoevStatementofHengPoev/Statement_of_Heng_Peov.pdf

    http://ki-media.blogspot.com/2006/08/hun-sens-dirty-jobs-heng-pov-reveals.html

    http://www.lexpress.fr/info/quotidien/rss.asp?id=5263

    http://slknews.blogspot.com/2006/09/slknews-number-196.html








    [Message last modified 09-07-2006 01:20pm by sojeat]

    #483054
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    Thanks for the good informations, socheat

    #483060
    Avatar of khemara15
    khemara15
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    http://www.lesjeuneskhmers.com/forum/ftopic10481.html

    Google translation of an excerpt from

    http://www.lexpress.fr/info/quotidien/rss.asp?id=5263

    Since when do they (viz. Hun Sen and Hok Lundy) know each other?

    For a long time. They are in relation since their meeting in Vietnam in 1979. Between them, there is an old complicity. As common point, their wives use pseudonyms. Hok Kanha, Hok Lundy’s wife , is called for a long time Main Phearkdey. They asked me, in September 2005, to establish official papers in that name for her- that I was to postdate

    For which reason?

    So that it is possible for them to withdraw money abroad under the two identities. Until then, there was a problem because its date of birth was different in both cases. The wife of Hun SEN, whose real name is Same Heang, is in the same case. Bun Rany, her official name, is a pseudonym. These two women each have two passports, two identity cards, two family record books. If the money of the corruption is sought, it is necessary to seek in the name of one of the girls of Hun SEN, Hun Mana. In 2003, I discovered that Hok Lundy had 84 million dollars in a bank of HongKong. But him, Hun SEN and the wives also have accounts elsewhere, in Thailand, in Malaysia, in Singapore, or in Australia.

    The head of the Council of Ministers, Sok An is associated with Hun SEN for a long time. Does he have with him links as close as Hok Lundy?

    Like the chief of the police force, Sok An is related to the Prime Minister by alliance. They share the same ideas. It is the same group that controls the whole country.

    #483066
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    my dearest k15,

    if you is found out Hok Lundy is $84M riches and havb bank account everywhere in the world, what a bout Hun Sen and others?? how much they worth?? and where is the ma-ney came from?? were they all riches like that prior to 1979??? i is so curious.

    #483072
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    [i]Originally posted by lo-ol[/i]
    my dearest k15,

    if you is found out Hok Lundy is $84M riches and havb bank account everywhere in the world, what a bout Hun Sen and others?? how much they worth?? and where is the ma-ney came from?? were they all riches like that prior to 1979??? i is so curious.

    Hello Lo-ol,

    In January 2004, during his speech, in a Paris restaurant, to celebrate his birthday and as Guest-of-Honor of an “Alliance of Democrats” function, Ranariddh said that Bun Rany was one of the five richest people in Asia and asked the very same questions you asked: how did she become so rich?

    I also want to ask Ranariddh and Hok Lundy and Sok An and all of them the same question: how did they become so wealthy?

    P.S. (1) Going back to Hok Lundy, that’s $84 million in one account in Hong Kong. How many bank accounts in how many countries does the guy have? I can tell you this, for a fact. There is only ONE Rolls Royce in the whole of Cambodia and guess who owns it?

    (2) btw, why are you spamming the whole Politics forum with all this historical stuff about Hun Sen? We already know all that stuff.

    [Message last modified 08-21-2006 08:25am by khemara15]

    #483078
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    [i]Originally posted by khemara15[/i]

    I also want to ask Ranariddh and Hok Lundy and Sok An and all of them the same question: how did they become so wealthy?

    http://ki-media.blogspot.com/2006/08/cambodia-to-push-for-action-plan-on.html

    And let’s not forget The First Couple from the Ministry of Commerce,

    H.E. Cham Prasidh (whose real name is Tan Tek Ngor) and his wife

    Who has the most impressive (in fact, the only impressive) mansion in Kep?

    #483084
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    Those people were sucked our Khmers’s bloods to become rich for long life…GodDamn of those Evils!!!

    KLb.

    #483090
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    lo-ol
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    (2) btw, why are you spamming the whole Politics forum with all this historical stuff about Hun Sen? We already know all that stuff.

    my dearest k15,

    please forgave on this. i is only wanted to be a an interllected like you and others in here, KC. and that is the why i went before my trouble to research all that for KC to read and learn. again, please for gave me because i is only wanted to be in the same interllectual club like you and others. plus, i thinking it is good to reread them all over again so we is not forgot about it. it is very important. that is what i think. thanks you.

    #483096
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    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Those people were sucked our Khmers’s bloods to become rich for long life…GodDamn of those Evils!!!

    KLb.

    my beloved KLB,

    please don’t not frown like that. those people we all known stole and cheat the khmer people and nation for all that wealth. in mine judgement, they is still worth a piece of s.h.i.t.

    #483103
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    [i]Originally posted by lo-ol[/i]
    my dearest k15,

    please forgave on this. i is only wanted to be a an interllected like you and others in here, KC. and that is the why i went before my trouble to research all that for KC to read and learn. again, please for gave me because i is only wanted to be in the same interllectual club like you and others. plus, i thinking it is good to reread them all over again so we is not forgot about it. it is very important. that is what i think. thanks you.

    Hello Lo-ol,

    I already told you in

    http://khmer.cc/community/t.c?b=12&t=33797&o=0

    I am not an intellectual.. I am a parrot, according to someone in

    http://khmer.cc/community/t.c?b=13&t=4907

    There is no club of “intellectuals” in kc. Most of us are all the same.

    Only a few people call other people names and launch personal attacks when they disagree with other people’s views.

    Thank you very for your effort. I agree that it’s good to remind ourselves from time to time.

    In the future, may I suggest you group all of the threads in one single thread?

    That way, the forum would not be too crowded and we don’t have to wade through too many threads.

    [i]Originally posted by khemara15[/i]

    Hello Lo-ol,

    Just like MissDarina, you are too kind.

    Sorry. I don’t qualify.

    I am VERY average-looking and I am not an intellectual.

    Someone called me a parrot in

    http://khmer.cc/community/t.c?b=13&t=4907

    and I think I deserve it because I quoted someone’s analysis, instead of going to the original source.

    Intellectuals always go to original sources, lazy parrots like me “cite an article about what someone says he said”.

    I only provide links, not original sources.

    That kind of practice disqualifies me from being an intellectual.

    #483109
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    [i]Originally posted by khemara15[/i]

    In the future, may I suggest you group all of the threads in one single thread?

    hi k15,

    once again i is failed my self embarrassingly like a wannabe interllected. you is very right, k15. i is should grouped all of them in just one thread. and once again, please forgave me.

    #483115
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    #483119
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    I don’t know what to say about Hun Sen and his money. Accept that it has the sweats,blood, and tears of cambodia. Buddha has a plan for him.

    #483126
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    Thanks for the valuable information of :

    http://hengpoev.alkablog.com

    [Message last modified 09-03-2006 12:00pm by chhorran]

    #483143
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    [Message last modified 09-10-2006 03:13pm by sojeat]

    #483138
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    [i]Originally posted by khemara15[/i]
    kc now has two female Australians at opposite ends of the political spectrum.

    As kangaroos, they should put boxing gloves on and entertain us.

    Will they be as entertaining as the buffoon in the White House?

    Talking about kangaroos, this one is a real one.

    His name is Tony Kevin.

    I hope that Heng Peou and he meet one day, without boxing gloves.

    I think it would be quite a spectacle.

    Excerpt from

    http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/content/2006/s1709777.htm

    Tony Kevin was Australia’s Ambassador to Cambodia from 1994 to 1997.

    TONY KEVIN: The most famous Cambodian policeman of course is Police Chief Hok Lundi who Heng Pouv apparently worked for and worked closely with for the last seven years or so until they had a major falling out in recent months, which had led to Heng Pouv apparently being in fear of his life, as he claims, and fleeing from the country.

    BRENDAN TREMBATH: Mr Kevin is a now a visiting fellow at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at the Australian National University.

    He says Heng Pouv makes remarkable claims.

    BRENDAN TREMBATH: But Tony Kevin has trouble accepting Heng Pouv’s stories.

    TONY KEVIN: Most of them are not new, most of them were street talk in Cambodia over many years, so the fact that this man worked in the police close to Hok Lundi, and the fact that he’s got a great deal of information about these stories doesn’t necessarily mean that what he says is true.

    BRENDAN TREMBATH: The former diplomat says there is a credibility gap.

    TONY KEVIN: Well, I think this man has a bit of a credibility problem because by his own account many times he was worried about he was involved in and what he was doing, but he was always either threatened into silence or bought off with bribes or new cars.

    TONY KEVIN says: I think if one was looking at the relative credibility of what is after all, a sovereign Government recognised by Australia, with which we have normal diplomatic dealings and the credibility of a malcontent police officer who has decided for whatever reason to blow the whistle, I tend, unless given strong evidence to the contrary, to believe the government rather than the man.

    [Message last modified 09-09-2006 12:07am by khemara15]

    #483149
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    Monday, September 18, 2006

    Rumor Mills: Hun Sen’s attempt to meet Sam Rainsy in France to ask him to intervene with L’Express to stop Heng Pov’s publication

    http://ki-media.blogspot.com/2006/09/rumor-mills-hun-sens-attempt-to-meet.html

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