Australian journalist James Ricketson, who was sentenced to six years behind bars for espionage, left for home on Saturday night after receiving a royal pardon.
Australian filmmaker James Ricketson, who was sentenced to six years in prison on in 2017 after being found guilty of espionage and collecting information considered prejudicial to the national defence, has been pardoned by royal decree.
The lawyer of jailed Australian filmmaker James Ricketson submitted a letter to Prime Minister Hun Sen to ask King Norodom Sihamoni to pardon his client.
Australian filmmaker James Ricketson was sentenced to six years in prison on August 31. He was found guilty of espionage and collecting information considered prejudicial to the national defence.
Deputy prosecutor suggested the Australian filmmaker also be convicted of treason.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court is today set to wrap up the espionage trial of Australian filmmaker James Ricketson.
Jailed Australian filmmaker James Ricketson again denies accusations of espionage during his trial at Phnom Penh Court.
Jailed Australian filmmaker James Ricketson again denied accusations of espionage during his trial at Phnom Penh Municipal Court.
Phnom Penh Court grants bail to two former Radio Free Asia journalists who were jailed in November on espionage charges.
Phnom Penh Court holds a second day espionage trial against Australian filmmaker James Ricketson.
The Supreme Court denies bail to two former Radio Free Asia reporters detained on espionage charges.
The Supreme Court will today hold a bail hearing in the case of former Radio Free Asia reporters Uon Chhin and Yeang Sothearin.
Australia’s Senate on Thursday approved a package of new laws aimed at “preventing espionage and foreign interference”.
Judge informs two former RFA reporters they are not being detained over porno.
Court extends the pre-trial detention of two former RFA reporters for six months.
NGOs mark the six-month anniversary of the arrest of two former RFA journalists by asking the courts to free them immediately.
The Court of Appeal denied bail again to two former Radio Free Asia journalists.
Appeal Court upholds a lower court decision to continue the detention of two former Radio Free Asia reporters.
The Court of Appeal hears an appeal to nullify the detention of two former Radio Free Asia reporters who remain jailed.
The Supreme Court schedules a bail hearing for former reporters with Radio Free Asia.