The public screening Friday of a banned documentary film that implicates the government in the 2004 assassination of prominent union leader Chea Vichea has had to change venues because the man renting out the original location, Meta House director Nicolaus Mesterharm, would not allow the viewing. The tussle over the showing of the award-winning and critically acclaimed documentary comes amid a threat by a government spokesman on Thursday that any attempt to screen the film will be met with the summary deportation of foreign nationals involved, and the imprisonment of Cambodians. “If you defy the ban, we kick
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