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Female Cambodian Workers Demand Chouk Bandit Must Be Brought to Justice

Here I want to share with the world a campaign demanding Chouk Bandit who shot female workers be brought to justice: http://youtu.be/UvGZ-_e11aY

Here is a link to a campaign for seeking justice for the Cambodian female garment workers who were shot at Puma supplier factory in Bavet district of Cambodia: http://www.change.org/petitions/we-seek-justice-for-cambodian-garment-wo...

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Wendyiscalm's picture

Your article

Hi Sokha,

I just watched your YOU TUBE recommendation. Thank you for reminding me - AGAIN - I say again because way back when I knew this but forgot. I am ashamed for buying clothes at Old Navy and others where the Cambodians who make them get so little. I will look at labels from now on. Just as I refuse to buy anything by Apple, an i-pad and such, because Steve Jobs paid the Chinese who made his products too little to feed their families.

Thank you for making me and others aware. I hope everyone watches the YOU TUBE you suggested and rethinks their buying practices as I will because of you.

Ubuntu(I am who I am because of who we are together),

Wendy

Wendy Stebbins
Founder/CEO
I AM ONE IN A MILLION Non-Profit Organization focused on helping street orphans and vulnerable children in Livingstone, Zambia Africa.

Sokha's picture

thanks

Hi Wendy,

On behalf of the Cambobian female victims and Cambodians as a whole, I would like to say thank you very much for your positive reply/comment which i hope is contributing to bringing Chouk Bandit to Justice and imprving the court system here in Cambodia.

Sokha

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Hello Sokha,

Your welcome. I hope you will keep up telling this story many times to many of us. Many of us do not know about it. You know the way people are in life, Sokha, when many people hear about it, they will not do anything different, but SOME OF US will consider it our obligation to do something even if it is our little silent protest of not buying things made in Cambodia. And we small number will grow and make a difference. I personalloy also plan to tell many people about this who I know.

So, please keep it up. You matter. You are necessary.

Ubuntu(I am who I am because of who we are together),

Wendy

Wendy Stebbins
Founder/CEO
I AM ONE IN A MILLION Non-Profit Organization focused on helping street orphans and vulnerable children in Livingstone, Zambia Africa.

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