Cleghorn….victim of injustice in
Cambodian police have arrested a record number of foreigners, including New Zealanders, suspected of preying on children for sex in the past 15 months, pointing to rapid progress in the enforcement of laws against paedophilia, police and activists say.
"I think police have become more sensitised, and are fed up with people coming to have sex with kids," said Pierre Legros, director of the group Acting for Women in Distressing Circumstances, known by its French acronym AFESIP, which helps child victims of sexual exploitation.
From the beginning of
2003 till March this year, Cambodian police arrested at least 16 suspected
foreign paedophiles -- up from eight in 2002. The men came from
This month a
He was charged with debauchery and if convicted faces 10 to 15 years' imprisonment.
Former Petone man
Graham Cleghorn -- who for the past 10 years has lived in Siam Reap, about
230 kilometres from