Graham Cleghorn….victim of injustice in Cambodia?

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July 11 2007; 05:06

Lawyers representing Graham Cleghorn may take case to supreme court

Lawyers representing a New Zealand man convicted of sex offences in Cambodia say they will look at taking his case to the Supreme Court there.

Graeme Cleghorn's appeal against his five rape convictions was rejected by a Cambodian court yesterday.

Cleghorn was convicted in 2004 of raping five young women who had worked at his home in Siem Reap.

His New Zealand-based lawyer, Greg King, says he has been in touch his Cambodian lawyer, who is considering going to the Supreme Court.

Greg King says Cleghorn's family is devastated by the news and is extremely worried about his health.