Case 002

  • Civil Party Tells KRT of Surviving Slaughter The Cambodia Daily | December 8 2015 | George White A civil party testifying at the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Monday described narrowly surviving while his relatives were brutally murdered as part of the regime’s purge of ethnic Vietnamese. Choeung Yaing Chaet, 52, was giving testimony in the phase of Case 002/02 dealing with the re­gime’s treatment ...
  • Victim recalls family’s murder in KRT testimony The Phnom Penh Post | Tuesday, 8 December 2015 | Zoe Holman The lone survivor of the execution of a Vietnamese family recounted his experiences at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday as parties continued to probe the treatment of the ethnic minority under the Democratic Kampuchea regime. Civil party Choeng Yang Chat testified about events in Kampong Chhnang province ...
  • “Were you a cadre yourself?” – Defense Counsel Confronts Civil Party Cambodia Tribunal Monitor, December 3 2015 by Leonie Kijewski, LLM (Maastricht) Today, December 03 2015, Civil Party Prak Doeun concluded his testimony. He gave more details about the killing of his family. Nuon Chea Defense Counsel tried to find out whether Mr. Doeun had been forced to kill his wife and was therefore not telling the ...
  • ECCC Hears More About Vietnamese Treatment The Cambodia Daily, December 4 2015, by PETER FORD The Khmer Rouge tribunal on Thursday finished hearing testimony from civil party Prak Doeun, 73, who had told the court on Wednesday how a group of ethnically Vietnamese women and children, including his own wife and son, had been brutally killed by the regime. Under questioning from lawyers for ...
  • Marriages, executions described at tribunal The Phnom Penh Post, Friday, 4 December 2015 Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon A civil party and a witness described the Khmer Rouge’s institution of forced marriages and the disappearances of ethnic Vietnamese, respectively, in testimony at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday. Nuon Chea defender Victor Koppe questioned civil party Prak Doeun about his attendance at a forced marriage ceremony ...
  • Civil Party Says KR Used Bayonets on Children Cambodia Daily, December 3 2015 by GEORGE WRIGHT A civil party told the Khmer Rouge tribunal on Wednesday that his young son was killed by being thrown into the air and pierced with a bayonet while his wife and mother-in-law were thrown into pits as ethnic Vietnamese were exterminated in Kompong Chhnang province. In 1966, Prak Doeun, ...
  • KRT witness tells of Vietnamese wife’s fate The Phnom Penh Post, Thursday, 3 December 2015 by Alessandro Marazzi Sassoon Civil party Prak Doeun described the segregation, deportation and at times murder of ethnic Vietnamese – including his own wife and children – at the Khmer Rouge tribunal yesterday. In 1966, Doeun, an 18-year-old Khmer, married Bou Samban, a Cambodian woman of Vietnamese mixed descent from ...
  • Civil Party testifies on Killing of his Ethnic Vietnamese Family Members On 2 December 2015, a civil party testified about the killing of his ethnic Vietnamese wife and family and forced marriage. The questioning continued on 3 December 2015.
  • A Study about Victims’ Participation at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and Gender-Based Violence under the Khmer Rouge Regime A Study about Victims’ Participation at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and Gender-Based Violence under the Khmer Rouge Regime. By Judith Strasser, Thida Kim, Silke Studzinsky, Sopheap Taing Transcultural Psychosocial Organization Cambodia
  • Death of Khmer Rouge ‘First Lady’ brings no justice for victims By MARK MACKINNON Survivors of Cambodia’s genocidal 1970s regime despair of ever seeing leaders who ordered mass murders stand trial Ieng Thirith, infamous in life as the “First Lady” of Cambodia’s murderous Khmer Rouge regime, died on Saturday. Unlike the vast majority of the Khmer Rouge’s estimated two million victims, she spent her final hours surrounded by ...

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