Cambodian king freed Ricketson after 15 months in jail due to spying accusations

The Australian film-maker James Ricketson has landed on home soil but has promised he will return to Cambodia, days after being granted a royal pardon.

Ricketson, 69, landed in Sydney on Sunday night just 48 hours after his 15-month incarceration in a Phnom Penh prison, where he was held on accusations of spying, ended with clemency from the Cambodian king, Norodom Sihamoni.

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