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A Cambodian court of appeal on Friday upheld the conviction of an autistic teenager on an incitement charge, but eased restrictions before releasing him, the boy’s mother and his attorney said. In November of that year, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court sentenced Kak Sovanchhay to eight months in prison for incitement and insulting public officials, but credited him four-and-a-half months for time served and commuted the remainder of his sentence. Kak Sovanchhay appealed the conviction, but it was upheld on March 14, 2022.

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