9 Journalists Killed in Cambodia since 1992/Motive Confirmed


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2014

1992


Statistical Analysis

Job *

11% Broadcast reporter
22% Editor
11% Photographer
56% Print reporter/writer
11% Producer
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Medium *

89% Print
11% Radio
11% Television
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Gender

100% Male
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Local / Foreign

100% Local
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Murder Victims

25% Taken Captive
25% Threatened
13% Tortured

Type of Death

11% Dangerous Assignment
89% Murder
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Impunity in Murder Cases

100% Complete impunity
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Suspected Source of Fire in Murder Cases

13% Criminal group
63% Government Officials
38% Military Officials
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Beats Covered by Victims *

11% Business
44% Corruption
11% Crime
67% Politics
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Freelance

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All figures are rounded to the nearest full percentage point. * May add up to more than 100 percent because more than one category applies in some cases.


9 Journalists Killed in Cambodia/Motive Confirmed

     Terminology explained

Hang Serei Odom, Virakchun Khmer Daily

     September 11, 2012, in Ratanakiri province, Cambodia

Khem Sambo, Moneaseka Khmer

     July 11, 2008, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Chou Chetharith, Ta Prum

     October 18, 2003, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Michael Senior, Freelancer

     July 7, 1997, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Chet Duong Daravuth, Neak Prayuth

     March 30, 1997, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Thun Bun Ly, Odom K'tek Khmer

     May 18, 1996, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Chan Dara, Koh Santepheap

     December 8, 1994, in Kompong Cham, Cambodia

Nun Chan, Samleng Yuvachun Khmer

     September 6, 1994, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Tou Chhom Mongkol, Antarakum

     June 11, 1994, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia



2 Journalists Killed in Cambodia/Motive Unconfirmed

     Terminology explained

Suon Chan, Meakea Kampuchea

     February 1, 2014, in Kampong Chhnang province, Cambodia

Ou Sareoun, Samleng Reas Khmer

     October 14, 1997, in Phnom Penh, Cambodia