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Khmer Rouge Prison Chief Duch Found Guilty
BBC News
26 July 2010
Former Khmer Rouge prison chief Duch has been found guilty of crimes against humanity by Cambodia's UN-backed war crimes tribunal.
Duch, 67, whose full name is Kaing Guek Eav, was sentenced to 35 years in prison.
He had admitted overseeing the torture and execution of thousands of men, women and children at the notorious Tuol Sleng prison, and asked for forgiveness. (…)
Duch ran Tuol Sleng prison, where "enemies" of the Khmer Rouge regime were sent.
Up to two million people died because of the policies of the Khmer Rouge, which ruled Cambodia from 1975-1979.
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Click here to read “Duch Verdict On 26/7/2010 Only Delivers Partial Justice” by Pou Sovachana, Professor, Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia

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