In 1999, thousands of Cambodian garment workers demanding decent wages and working conditions found a leader in Chea Vichea. As president of Cambodia's free trade union, Chea Vichea stood with them despite physical attacks and threats to his life. Until a sunny morning in 2004. As Vichea read the paper at a sidewalk newsstand, three bullets silenced him forever. Under intense international pressure, the police quickly arrested two local men and extracted a confession from one of them. They were convicted in a packed and chaotic courtroom, sentenced to twenty years, and dragged away to prison. But did they have anything to do with the crime? What seems at first to be justice done starts to look like a frame-up. And the implications reach far beyond the police station and the courtroom: to the headquarters of the ruling party and to the garment trade that is Cambodia's economic lifeblood. Shot over three turbulent years in Cambodia, Who Killed Chea Vichea? will examine the assassination of Vichea and the trial of Born Samnang and Sok Sam Oeun, and search out the truth in a country where knowing too much can cost your life.