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From left: The Director of Toul Sleng Genocide Museum, ECCC public affairs Chief Reach Sambath, Vann Nath, Bou Meng, ECCC Legal Communications Officer Lars Olsen, ECCC Press Officer Dim Sovannarom and Chum Mey. Vann Nath, Bou Meng and Chum Mey are three of only a handful survivors from the secret Khmer Rouge prison S21 where at least 12,273 people were tortured and executed.
ECCC Public Affairs Section has started the job of distributing 10,000 copies of the Duch-verdict (450 pages) and 17,000 copies of the summary (36 pages). These documents will available in all 1,621 communes in Cambodia as well as in libraries, schools and other public institutions.
Kaing Guek Eav alias Duch was found guilty of crimes against humanity and war crimes and sentenced to 35 years of imprisonment on 26 July 2010. He is the first person to stand trial before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, more commonly referred to as the Khmer Rouge tribunal.
Fore more information: <a href="http://www.eccc.gov.kh" rel="nofollow">www.eccc.gov.kh</a>
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