The Interior Ministry yesterday defended Prime Minister Hun Sen’s nephew, Hun To, following explosive allegations by an Australian newspaper, The Age, which alleged that Australian police had suspected Mr. To of involvement in a drug smuggling and money laundering syndicate.
An official from the Cambodian conglomerate Royal Group also said the company was considering legal action against The Age, as the article had unfairly focused on Royal Group Chairman Kith Meng, even though the report admitted there were no allegations of wrongdoing against Mr. Meng.
On Sunday, The Age published allegations that police had planned to arrest Mr. To in Melbourne, Australia, for his alleged involvement in the illegal shipment of heroin from Cambodia to Australia. …
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