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Friday, February 22, 2013

Million-dollar rosewood bust

Officials weigh rosewood logs confiscated from a house rented by four Chinese Nationals and one Cambodian in Stung Treng province on Wednesday. Photo Supplied

22 February 2013
By May Titthara
The Phnom Penh Post

Five men allegedly caught with 10 cubic metres of illegal rosewood worth more than $1 million on Wednesday were being questioned in Stung Treng provincial court yesterday, officials said.
Chroeung Khmao, the provincial prosecutor, said the men – four Chinese citizens and one Cambodian – were being quizzed over the haul, seized from a rental house in Stung Treng district’s Srah Russei commune.
“I am not sure if I’ll finish questioning them today or whether that questioning will continue tomorrow,” he said, adding that the ongoing nature of court proceedings prevented him from saying more.

A senior military police officer in Stung Treng province, who asked not to be named, said a joint operation involving military police, Forestry Administration officials and the provincial prosecutor raided the rental house in Leu village, confiscating 586 pieces of rosewood, $20,000 cash and two cars.
“That evidence is now with Forestry Administration officials, and the five men are being questioned in court,” he said.
A villager, who also requested anonymity, said he had often seen people bringing rosewood to and from the house, which the four Chines


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