The scheduled screening on Friday of the award-winning documentary film “Who Killed Chea Vichea?”, which investigates the killing of the country’s most prominent union leader 10 years ago this week, was canceled following government threats, organizers said. The planned screening of the critically-acclaimed documentary would have been the first public screening of the film, which arrives at the conclusion that senior government officials were involved in the 2004 assassination of Chea Vichea. “We have decided to cancel tonight’s screening of the documentary,” Ramana Sorn, coordinator for the Cambodian Center for Human Rights’ (CCHR) Freedom of Expression Project, said
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