Free Bopha: 365 Days in Prison​ as of September 4, 2013

Published on Sep 3, 2013
Today marks one year of detention since the arrest of Boeung Kak activist and prisoner of conscience Yorm Bopha. This video tells her story, from her strong stance in support of detained community members to her arrest and groundless conviction.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia – Yorm Bopha (born c. 1983)[1] is a Cambodian land rights activist noted for her opposition to development around Boeung Kak lake. She was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment for “intentional violence with aggravating circumstances” on 27 December 2012,[2] leading several human rights groups to protest on her behalf.[3]