November 5, 2000 |
In a musty old villa on Street 240, Lao Mong Hay and his staff of 26 Cambodians--four of them security guards--play a high-stakes game as commandos for democratic reform. In their cross hairs are Cambodia's tough-guy prime minister and the country's tradition of human rights abuse. Ask the bespectacled Hay what he thinks of the government and the words "elements of fascism" creep into his assessment. Prime Minister Hun Sen?