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Testimony of Civil Party Case 002

Testimony of Civil Party Case 002


- Mrs. YIM Sovann, Civil Party of Case 002,  testified on October 19 and 20, 2012. She raised a lot of issues related to forced transfer. She said about her suffering from Democratic  Kampuchea Regime which she experienced. She added that she did not have rice to eat, and medical treatment, she lost properties, cattle, and the farmland. In 1978, my father, Touch Sum, my cousin, nephew and sister were all executed by the Khmer Rouge, after having been accused of being the enemies. She has    become the  a uneducated person and has faced difficulties   in the society due to the Khmer Rouge Regime. Ms. Yim Sovann strongly believed that  the Khmer Rouge Tribunal would find the  justice  for victims of Khmer Rouge.

- Mr. CHUM Sokha, Civil Party of Case 002, testified on October 22, 2012. Mr. Sokha was born on the 1st of Janrary 1955 at  Damrei Puon commune, Prey Veng district, Prey Veng province. Mr. Sokha responed to a lot of questions related to forced transfer. Before the regime, he lived at Pochen Tong area, western of Phnom Penh. He said that he heard a gun fired from the western of Phnom Penh in the morning of 17 April 1975  and he saw the crowded civilians went up and down on the road.. Soon after, he saw the  soldiers carrying all kinds of weapon, with dust, wearing scarf and some others covering their head with scarf.... He added that at that time his family and he waited to welcome the soldier coming to Phnom Penh and the soldiers' arrival because there was a war in the past and it was difficult to survive; thinking that the soldiers' arrival would bring the country with peace. He additionally testified that  at around 3 pm, a group of soldiers announced  that people had to urgently leave Phnom Penh because very soon  the US air force may  bomb Phnom Penh. His family decided to leave and suffered starvation and diseases. Finally, he requested the Chamber for reparation and  investigating the accused's properties in order to pay for collective reparation.

- Mrs. MOM Sam Oeurn, former teacher, was also invited by Trial Chamber of ECCC to testify on November 6, 2012. During her testimony, she said that her husband and five of her 11 children were killed during Khmer Rouge regime. She told the court that she was born on  November 1927 and Phnom Penh is her hometown. She now lives with  her  son, who is an engineer working at the Ministry of Education. In the ECCC's Courtroom, she said that on the 17th of April 1975 Khmer rouge entered her house threatening that  " got out quickly because the Americans would bomb very soon".  She left home quickly following the Khmer Rouge's order without bringing any belongings. She additionally said that she went to Svay Rieng province by crossing the Monivong Bridge, but it was blocked, instead she went along the riverside.. She mentioned that Khmer Rouge transferred her  from one place to other place and we did not know that place. Her husband forced by Khmer Rouge to look after the cow and her seventh child was sick without medical treatment. Finally, she said that the Khmer Rouge regime has left her with some chronic illness such as high blood pressure, eyes problems. Her husband, children and other relatives were killed and properties were gone.

- Mrs. TOENG Sokha, Civil Party of Case 002  was called by Trial Chamber to testify on December 4, 2012 after one week break.  She said that she was forced by Khmer Rouge to transfer from Phnom Penh to Thnal Dach village, Bati district of Takeo province where took her 11 days. The reasons that it took time were because they were waiting for her mother and other relatives. Khmer Rouge did not provide food along the journey. Khmer Rouge considered her as a new people or 17 April-people and local people were considered as old people. In 1977, her husband committed suicide due to miserableness. Mrs TOENG Sokha added that it was very different between the period of pre- forced transfer and the period of during the forced transfer relating to food, clothes and living conditions... The final testimony of Ms. Toeng Sokha   was telling the Trial Chamber that her testimony was true. She compared the Cambodia Phnom Penh-forced transfer to the bomb which was exploded to separate  all the families and properties. Khmer Rouge killed people enormously and cruelly. . She added that Phnom Penh-forced transfer was the tragedy which caused her losing daughter, husband, parents, 8 family members and some other relative. Additionally, the properties were also losing.

- Mrs. OR Ry, 50, Civil Party of Case 002, testified before the Trial Chamber on November 22-23, 2012.She is 50 years old and  gave the testimony about forced transfer from Phnom Penh. She mentioned that the transfer was forced. Her relatives were maltreated and killed.  She also mentioned about the loss of  house, properties after transferring. She added that she was not given enough food along her journey, from Phnom Penh to her hometown. .She added that although she arrived hometown, she was still transferred further until Pursat province. She was tortured, because she did not fully work. . She was beaten with a hoe, was forced to carry ball of clod and her head was beaten with carrying stick,  accusing of being an imperialist and laziness, . She additionally said that Khmer Rouge forced her to transplant seedlings, but she could not do it. Her hand was beaten against the rice filed which cause her hand injured. She added that she  lost parents, sisters and brothers, except my younger sister. she become  a homeless, an  orphan, lonely person, beggar. . She had to pick up food left over from others to make her meals, and she had to ask people for food. Finally, she requested the court for finding justice for victims, her relatives and family members who died and suffered during the Khmer rouge regime.

- Mr. CHAU Ny,  Civil Party of Case 002, living in Takeo province  was called by the Trial Chamber to testify on November 23, 2012  related to forced transfer. Mr. CHAU Ny answered questions examined by all parties; JJudges, Prosecutors,  Civil Parties Lead Co-Lawyers, Civil Party Lawyers,  and Defense Lawyers. He mentioned about  forced transfer from Phnom Penh to Battambang province and living condition of old and new people. At the end, he also asked the accused, Khieu Samphan for dead body of his uncle whom he thinks that KHIEU Samphan would know, but the accused denied.

- Mr. Meas Saran is 63 years old and Civil Party of Case 002. He, living in Phnom Penh, testified on November 14 & 22, 2012. Mr. Saran said that he was working in a medical center in Phnom Penh before the Khmer Rouge transferred people from Phnom Penh to countryside. His testimony was about the arrest of people and examination. Relating to forced transfer, he said similarly with the other Civil Parties; transfer was forced and there was no food during the transfer.

- Mrs. PICH Srey Phal, Civil Party of Case 002 and living in Pursat province, testified before the Trial Chamber on December 5, 2012. She testified that on 17 April 1975 her family and she lived in Phnom Penh, Khleang Rumsev location. She saw the soldiers with   dark yellow clothes and they shout loudly  that Phnom Penh was now liberated and we would be now in peace.  She added that suddenly Khmer Rouge ordered the people to leave Phnom Penh and threatened to fire a gun, if someone did not transfer. They told us that we had to leave for three days only. If not, we would be killed by US bomb.  . She added that some people were beaten with gun if they did not listen to the transfer order told by the Khmer Rouge militia. During the transfer, she had  13 family members  including children and grandparents.  A long the road, there was the crowded of people because there was only one entrance, Stung Mean Chey Bridge, and she witnessed peopled died, old people who could not walk and some sick, and the soldiers were carrying guns. Her final testimony was about her  suffering during Khmer Rouge Regime. Relating collective reparation, she requested ECCC to build  a stupa  to  celebrate the memorial ceremony for the victims of Khmer Rouge or to build the hospitals.

- Mr. KIM Vandy, living at Kampong Speu province and Civil Party of Case 002 had been invited by the Trial Chamber to testify on December 5, 2012. He mentioned the events relating to transferring people from Phnom Penh which he experienced because he used to live in  Phnom Penh. He said that he saw his uncle was shot by one of the Khmer Rouge soldiers, accusing of betraying.  He also said that his uncle was  a polite person.. He knew about the announcement of forced transfer of people from Phnom Penh  because the Khmer Rouge soldier warned us that the Americans would drop bombs on us very soon.  The Khmer Rouge soldier was dressed with a black uniform;  holding a mobile loudspeaker and ordering people to be out of Phnom Penh. His family members also left Phnom Penh upon the order; passing the Chroy Changva Brigde and went along National Road 6. Along the road, there was a crowded people moving out from Phnom Penh and he saw the   wounded people without care taking of Khmer Rouge soldiers. He also saw the Khmer Rouge maltreating person who did not move out. Mr. Vandy said that his family members did not want to move out Phnom Penh because living in Phnom Penh was a very good life for his family. 

- Mr. Pin Yathay, Civil Party of Case 002, testified before the Trial Chamber. He told the court about his life and forced transfer from Phnom Penh to the province. He said that his family --  all 18 family members died, except,  he is alone  surviving. and he currently is given an opportunity to testify before the Chamber today. In his conclusion, he said that he loss everything including his profession, wife, children, parents and all  relatives. Providing justice for the victims, he  honestly appealed  all accused whom Mr. Pin Yathay considered as the elite revolutionary and high political conscientiousness to hold accountabilities for the historic issues  by  voluntarily doing   self-criticism of their revolutionary leadership of the the regime when   they were fully  in power. He added that if the accused, are willing to do  self-criticism, they would clearly see the undeniable consequences through countless evidences such as countless graves and mass graves nationwide, and testimonies of victims, witnesses and experts.  of crimes which committed by the revolutionary Organization (Angkar). He told the Trail Chamber that Revolutionary Organization (Angkar) killed  millions people of the same race,  for no reason in order to implement the communist ideology which was beautiful sound  but t it was not doable . The leadership by the revolutionary Angkar destroyed a beautiful and abundant country  to a  worst country, and  its people were extremely miserable which was unimaginable. Mr. PIN Yathay is a Civil Party of Case 002 and writer of the book titled "still alive my son". He additionally told the Trail Chamber that  the main mistake made by the revolutionary Angkar was to promote unreasonably the collective ideology rather than to  take care of its own peoples' happiness which was the main responsibility of a leader of a country in  the world. I strongly believe that if my appeal is heard , considered and was made a positive decision by the accused, we, the victims, would be healed greatly. All bad memories, angers, sorrow, and remorse would gradually disappear from our mind and feeling. National reconciliation would also be achieved for the sake of our children and next generation of our country. 

- Mr. SAR SARIN testified on 29 April 2013 whose Lawyer is Mr. VEN Pov. Mr. Sarin was born on 7July 1957 in Trapeang Krapeu Village, Moung Reav Commune, Tboung Khmum District of Kampong Cham Province. He currently lives at house No 49, Village 5, Sangkat Veal Vong of Kampong Cham Province. He described the background of his participation in the revolutionary and his works during Khmer Rouge Regime. He joined the revolutionary when he was 13 years old. He testified that the revolutionary policy meat to have the United Front of Cambodian Nationality which united  the organizations, religious, King, and Royal family, regardless race and skin colour. He also participated in disseminating the revolutionary policy as well.

- Mr. CHAU NY testified again on 23 May 2013 about the missing of his uncle in Khmer Rouge Regime. Mr. CHAU Ny answered a lot of questions asked by all parties in the ECCC's courtroom related to missing of his uncle. Mr. CHAU Ny said that his uncle was a Khmer Krom people who helped Khmer Krom's youth and his family members while his uncle was a President of the National Credit Bank. In the courtroom, Mr. CHAU Ny asked the accused, KHIEU Samphan, if he would know where his uncle disappeared in order to make Buddhist ceremony to the soul of his uncle. KHIEU Samphan responded that he did not know about his uncle's missing, but Khieu Samphan said that he knew Chau Ny's uncle. KHIEU Samphan also sent his condolence to the death of Mr. CHAU NY's relatives killed during Democratic Kampuchea Regime.

- Ms. SOU SOTHEAVY testified on 27 May 2013 whose Lawyers are Ms. SIN Soworn and Ms. Berni YE. Ms. Sotheavy now lives in Takeo Province. On 17 April 1975, she lived in the Olympic Stadium, Chamkarmon District, Phnom Penh. Her other four friends and she were forcibly transferred out of Phnom Penh by the Khmer Rouge soldiers.  She said that her four friends were killed during evacuation and she witnessed this killing. She was very scary. She was forcibly transferred to many places such as Kandal and Takeo Provinces. She was forced to do overwork and suffered countlessly. She said in the hearing that Khmer Rouge Regime discriminated again her as she is a gay.  She was raped several times and this suffering remains until present such as jawbone, leg and eyes diseases. She requested the court to bring justice for her friends, family members and other victims of the Khmer Rouge Regime in order to prevent the reoccurrence of the regime.  With respect to reparation, she asked collective reparation such as libraries, and stupas for victims of the Khmer Rouge Regime. 

- Mr. AUN PHALLY testified on 27 May 2013, whose Lawyer is Mr. VEN Pov. Mr. Phally, 48 years old, currently lives in Ponhea leu District, Kandal Province. On 17 April 1975, the Khmer Rouge transferred his family from Phnom Penh to province telling him to move out for three days and based on the reason for managing the city. If not, they would be shot dead. He was transferred to Prey Veng, Pursat Provinces and fianlly to Moung Russey District, Battambang Province.  Along the road during the transfer period, he witnessed the dead bodies and Khmer Rouge forced people to work. At Moung Russey District, Battambang Province, his family members and he were considered by Khmer Rouge as a new people and the Khmer Rouge forced him to overwork without giving a break and medicine for treatment. He said in the hearing that "during Khmer Rouge Regime, all his family members were executed, including parents, and siblings". He becomes an orphan. At the end of his testimony, he requested the court to bring justice for his family as well as other people who died during the regime and it is a lesson learnt for the younger generation. 

- Ms. SANG RATH testified on 27 May 2013 whose Lawyer is Mr. VEN Pov. Ms. Rath, 72 years old, was born in Prey Sla Village, Chum Reah Pen Commune, Samraong District. She currently lives in Kampong Speu Province. On 17 April 1975, she lived in Prey Sla Village Samrong District. She was not immediately transferred from her homeland, but it was about seven months later, Khmer Rouge transferred her from her homeland to Mong Russey District, Battambang Province. She said that the transfer was done by vehicle, and there were crowded people riding in the vehicle, no food to eat and no medicine for treatment. She said that during the Khmer Rouge Regime, all her family members were killed, including husband and four children. At her final testimony, she said that during the Khmer Rouge Regime, she has been felt hurt of losing her husband and four children. She asked the court to find justice for other victims and her family members. 

- Mr. YOS PHAL testified on 27 May 2013 whose Lawyers are Ms. SIN Soworn and Ms. Beini YE. Mr. Phal, 58 years old, was born in Kouk Nhoar Village, Prey Sloek Commune, Traing District, Takeo Province. During the hearing, he said that he was a policeman in Lon Nol Regime. On 17 April 1975,  he was at the Chaktomuk Theater.  He said that he was also forced to move out of Phnom Penh like other people . He was transferred by crossing the  Chrouy Changva Bridge and then went along the road to Prek  Kdam ferry dock. On the way, he saw the corpses of   policemen and soldiers of Lon Nol's Regime. He added that during his journey, he was very weak and pale, and fever because of not having food and medicine for treatment. . The suffering and harms left from the Khmer Rouge regime are still exist until now which he becomes a weak person and his brain is also weak. He said that during the 3 year-8 months-20 day Regime , he lost his father because the Khmer Rouge medical doctor  injected the water  into his father's body. His aunts, uncles, and other relatives were also killed. Moreover, the sorrow he felt over the killing of his beloved finance was almost too much to bear, especially Khmer Rouge forced him to marriage unknown woman. He requested the court to build stupa for putting of any relic and build library.

- Ms. THOUCH PHANDARASAR testified on 29 May 2013 whose Lawyers are Mr. SAM Sokong and Ms. Guiraud. Ms. Phandarasar was born on 2 August 1946 in Sangkat Number 3, Phnom Penh Capital. She is now Khmer-French and currently lives in Paris.  She said in the courtroom that on 17 April 1975,  when the Khmer Rouge entered the city, she was  very happy to see peace. However , soon after Khmer  Rouge 's  arrival,   she was asked  to move out of Phnom Penh  for  few days and she was told that the Government needed to clean-up the city  and to avoid the bombing from American. At that time, her family members were forcibly transferred. It was very difficult because she had a lot of family members. On the way out of Phnom Penh, she saw a difficulty situation of some people who were sick, dead bodies and threating shot dead by Khmer Rouge soldiers. During the Khmer Rouge Regime, her family members and she were not given engough food and medicine for treatment, as a result, many of her family members including her children, husband, parents and other relatives died. 

- Ms. CHAN Socheat testified on 29 May 2013 whose Lawyers are Ms. MOCH Sovannry and Ms. Martineau. Ms. Socheat, 56 years old, was born in Sangkat Number 5,  Phnom Penh City. She currently lives in Chamkar Chek Tboung Village, Phteah Prey Commune, Pursat District, Pursat Province.  Ms. Socheat said that on 17April 1975, she and other Phnom Penh residents were immediately forced to move out . At that time, she had 15 family members, including her parents and many small children. The transfer was very difficult. On the way, she saw the horrible condition of people and dead bodies on the road. During the Democratic of Kampuchea Regime, she lost many family numbers such as 12 brothers and sisters  and her parents. She  asked the accused to confess of having committed the crime  and apology to soul of victimes of the Khmer Rouge Regime, especailly to her sisters, brothers and perents.

- Ms. CHHENG ENG LY gave a video link testimony from France on 29 May 2013 whose Lawyers are Mr. HONG Kimsuon and Mr. Pascal Auboin. Ms. Engly, 60 years old, currently lives in France and her occupation is Pharmacist. She said that on 17April 1975,  Khmer Rouge  told those who have any property  had to bring it to the cooperative. There were no rich nor poor people. The event that other people and she could not be forgetable was the brutal and inhumance acts such as  tearing the babies' legs into two etc. On the way, she saw the large number of execution.  The dead bodies floating on the river made her feel scary, which this feeling still exists with her until present.  She stated that living condition during Pol Pot Regime made her misery until now. Khmer Rouge Regime made her mentally and physically suffering. "Physically suffering was suffering that she carried a heavy basket of corn on her head which causes her a neck bone pain". The mental suffering was the felling that she could not watch action movie, fighting and killing. ​ Currently, she is scary of threat and screaming which are all the consequences of living experience under the regime.

- Ms. HUO CHANTHA testified on 29 May 2013 whose Lawyer is Ms. TY Srinna. Ms. HUO Chantha, 60 years old, was born in Kampong Soeng Village, Kampong Soeng Commune, Ba Phnum District , Prey Veng Province. Currently, she lives in Puk Ruessei Village Puk Ruessei Commune, Ksach Kandal District,  Kandal Province. She said that on 16 April 1975, she heard gunshot from evening until early morning of the next day at Pochentong area and Phnom Penh downtown. Then, about 8 a.m. of  17April 1975 she saw her neighbors were standing raising a flag. Her family members also congratulated the victory and applauded peace. Few hours later, the black-clad Khmer Rouge soldiers shouted at her family to leave the city immediately as they needs to clean the city for three days. Her family members were evacuated along Pochen Tong road. She said that her 22 family members were killed, including 8 brothers and sisters, parents, grandparents, uncles, nephews and nieces. She requested the ECCC to try the accused fairly, impartially and appropriately to the consequences/damages of crimes brutally committed against the victims. She also requested the two Leaders of Democratic Kampuchea to be brave enough to reveal the truth to all victims and Civil Parties who are hungry for justice and who want to know the truth why they killed their own people.

- Mr. NOU HOAN testified on 30 May 2013, whose Lawyer is Mr. SAM Sokong. Mr. HOAN, 79 year old, was born in Phsa Thkov Village, Kampong Soeng Commune, Preah Sdach District, Prey Veng Province. He presently has three children and lives in United States of America. He comes to Cambodia to give the testimony. He said that the transfer of people from Phnom Penh was a new event that had never happened before. Crowded people were walking under the hot season with fear, brought nothing with, and without shoes. At that time, his family members were evacuated with other people along National Road 1 to Prey Veng and Svay Rieng Provinces. He added that there was not enough food, medicines. Money was not used; instead, the rice was used to exchange goods. During the Khmer Rouge Regime, he lost family members such as nephews, daughters, sister in-law, and entire family members of his​ younger brother. This loss makes him feel regret and distress.   With regard to properties, he lost home and other valued properties such as important documents, a diploma, certificates, birth certificates... etc. He would like to thanks the court for allowing him to express his30 years sadness and his loss. He expects to be given justice by Courts for sake of the dead victims and survived victims whose mental problem needs to be healed.

- Ms. SOPHAN SOVANY testified on 30 May 2013 whose Lawyer is Ms. CHET Vanly. Ms. SOPHAN SOVANY, 57 years old, was born in Sangkhat Number 1, Phnom Penh. Currently, she lives in Bonteay Dei Krom Village, Bonteay Dei Commune, Kandieng District, Pursat Province. Ms. Sovany said that on 17April 1975,  her family members and she were forced by the Khmer Rouge  to leave Phnom Penh like other  people. During the evacuation, she  saw many terrified events such as chaos and dead bodies on the road,  , and there was no food and water. During the Regime,  she lost her relatives such as parents and many siblings.  The mental and physical sufferings and harms from the Khmer Rouge Regime have been exist with her. Her phsical suffering  was that her boydy has been weakened becasue of overwork, not having food and medecines. Her mental suffering  was the the loss of relatives and properties.

- Mr. YIN ROUMDOUL testified on 30 May 2013 whose Lawyer is Ms. CHET Vanly. Mr. Roumdoul, 48 years old, was born in Quarter 5 of Phnom Penh. He now lives in Sala Kansaeng Village, Svay Dangkum Commune, Siem Reap District, Siem Reap Province. He said that he is an orphan during the Democratic Kampuchea Regime. On 17 April 1975, the Khmer Rouge captured Phnom Penh at 9 o'clock in the morning. At Chenla Cinema area, Khmer Rouge forced people to move out of their house. His family members and he were evacuated from Phnom Penh to his hometown in Koh Okhnatey Commune, Ksach Kandal District, Kandal Province. After that he was subsequently t transferred to many other places. On the way, he saw the horrible events such as killing of people, injured and sick people, and dead bodies along the road. During Khmer Rouge Regime, he lost family members, including parents, sisters, brothers, uncles, aunts and grandparents...etc He claimed for building a stupa as reparation for his parents, which should be built in Koh Okhnatei Commune, Ksach Kandal District Kandal Province. 

- Ms. PO DINA testified on 30 May 2013 whose Lawyer is Ms. TY Srinna. Ms. Dina, 60 years old, was born in Kaoh Dach Commune, Mouk Kampul District, Kandal Province. Currently, she lives in Kab Tuk Village, Kandaol Dom Commune, Chbar Mon District, Kampong Speu Province. She said that before the Khmer Rouge Regime, she had a husband named SAO Sarin. Her husband and she worked for Thai Embassy.  Her living condition was very good, and prosperity. On 17 April 1975, the Khmer Rouge entered her house while she and her husband were working. Her husband was brutally bitten and transferred out of Phnom Penh. Her family members and she were firstly transferred to her hometown in Kohdach Commune, Mouk Kampoul District, Kandal Province, and then to other places. Each transfer, she faced difficulties such as no house to live, no food, no medicine and no proper transport. In Khmer Rouge Regime, she lost her husband, parents, brothers, children, and other relatives.  She was forced by Khmer Rouge to marriage another man, but she refused. Because of her refusal, she was detained and tortured.

- Ms. BAY SOPHANY testified on 04 June 2013 whose Lawyer is Mr. SAM Sokong. Ms. BAY Sophany, 67 years old, was born in Kampong Chhnang Province. Today, she lives in the United States of America. She said about the suffering of forced transfer from Phnom Penh, and the loss of three children during the transfer. Ms. Sophany left Phnom Penh for the United States of America in 1983. Although, she left the country to live in the United States of America, her suffering still exist until now. Her present occupation is the psychologist and she requested the Court for having the mental health support program or providing mental health counseling to the victims of the Khmer Rouge.

- Mr. SOEUN SOVANDY testified on 04 June 2013 whose Lawyer is Mr. SAM Sokong. Mr. SOVANDY, 57 years old, was born in Phsar Daeum Kor Market in Phnom Penh. He now lives in Boeng Veng Village, Raing Russey Commune, Sangke District, Battambang Province. He said that on 17 April 1975, he was transferred from Kbal Thnal to Saang District, Kandal Province. He said that Khmer Rouge Regime was a detention center without wall and starvation. People has been weakened because of overwork and forced labour. During the regime, his many family members were killed because of being Khmer Krom people. He claims reparations such as schools, roads and stupas in order to make Buddhist ceremony of soul of victims of Khmer Rouge Regime.

- Ms. SENG SIVUTHA testified on 04 June 2013 whose Lawyers are Mr. SAM Sokong and Mr. Jacomy. Ms. Sivutha, 47 years old, lives in Pou Village, Kiri Vong District, Takeo Province. She said in the ECCC's courtroom that she has been blind because of the Khmer Rouge Regime. She described the reason of becoming blind because she was forced to collect pigs' excrement in a deep pit; as a result, she was very exhausted because of not having enough food to eat.  Her arms and legs were very weak and then she fell down into pigs 'excrement which effected her eyes. From one to another day after the falling of the regime, her eyes became worse and worse.  In order to cure her eyes, she had to sell land and house to get the money to treat it, but the treatment was not successful. Finally, she is completely blind in 2008.  In her Final testimony, she requested the Court to speed up the proceeding. She raised the question that who will feed her as she is blind because of the Khmer Rouge Regime?  She is extremely suffering.

 
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Today: 15 November 2018

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