Two years ago, two nephews of Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen were accused of involvement in a shootout in a Phnom Penh shopping center. After a brief stretch in jail, the pair was released when a judge ruled there was insufficient evidence to support charges that they possessed guns at the scene of the shooting. Last week, another of the Prime Minister's nephews was on trial, this time accused of manslaughter—and again the case appears to be falling apart. According to police, Nhim Sophea, the 22-year-old son of Hun Sen's sister, was partying with friends in late October when the group took off to race around the city in several vehicles. One of the cars crashed into a parked truck, striking two men unloading coconuts. (One died; the other ended up in a coma.) As a crowd gathered at the accident scene, a party goer began firing an AK-47. Two bystanders died in the gunfire.