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Cambodia : 'Killing Fields' Trial

Written By vibykhmer on Monday, August 31, 2009 | 6:11 AM


The Murderer against humanity Kaing Guek Eav, better known as Duch, the former Khmer Rouge prison chief of the notorious S-21 torture centre during his trial in Phnom Penh


Chum Manh, 78, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge S-21 torture centre, sits in his former cell during a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh, August 31, 2009, as he boycotts the Khmer Rouge trial of Duch, the chief of the S-21. A group of 28 civil parties, many of them relatives of prisoners who died after harsh interrogations at S-21, boycotted the trial as they are disappointed with the court order not to question the personal character of Duch. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

Chum Manh (R), 78, and Bou Meng, 68, both survivors of the Khmer Rouge S-21 torture centre, lead a group of civil parties on a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh, August 31, 2009, as they boycott the Khmer Rouge trial of Duch, the chief of the S-21. The group of 28 civil parties, many of them relatives of prisoners who died after harsh interrogations at S-21, boycotted the trial as they are disappointed with the court order not to question the personal character of Duch. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

Sek O, 42, cries as she prays at her father's portrait during a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh, August 31, 2009, as she boycott the Khmer Rouge trial of Duch, chief of the S-21 torture centre. A group of 28 civil parties, many of them relatives of the prisoners who died after harsh interrogations at the S-21, boycotted the trial as they are disappointed with the court order not to question the personal character of Duch. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea


Chum Manh, 78, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge S-21 torture centre, poses in his former cell during a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh, August 31, 2009, as he boycotts the Khmer Rouge trial of Duch, the chief of the S-21. A group of 28 civil parties, many of them who survived the S-21 where more than 14,000 prisoners died after harsh interrogations, boycotted the trial as they are disappointed with the court order not to question the personal character of Duch. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

Chum Manh (L), 78, and Bou Meng (C), 68, both survivors of the Khmer Rouge S-21 torture centre, point at pictures of victims during a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh, August 31, 2009, as they boycott the trial of Duch, chief of the S-21. A group of 28 civil parties, many of them who survived the S-21 where more than 14,000 prisoners died after harsh interrogations, boycotted the trial as they are disappointed with the court order not to question the personal character of Duch. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea


Chum Manh (R), 78, a survivor of the Khmer Rouge S-21 torture centre, wipes away tears while people pray at the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum in Phnom Penh, August 31, 2009, as they boycott the Khmer Rouge trial of Duch, the chief of the S-21. A group of 28 civil parties, many of them who survived the S-21 where more than 14,000 prisoners died after harsh interrogations, boycotted the trial as they are disappointed with the court order not to question the personal character of Duch. REUTERS/Chor Sokunthea

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