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Published:August 2nd, 2007 11:00 EST
The Khmer Rouge Trials Should Continue

The Khmer Rouge Trials Should Continue

By SOP newswire

Dear Judyth Piazza

I have read news so far and observing about the Khmer Rouge trial. I see that only Duch is convicted so far. The killing Field in Cambodia is not happen in Phnom Penh. There are everywhere through the country. The killing field is not only taken place in Phnom Penh. The region leaders are the most notorous people as well. I see now a lot of those top leaders are now living freely. A lot of them are living oversea. I see few people who are recognised by the victims. I see lot of them are living in France, most in USA, Canada,  Australia and New Zealand. I don't to revenge them but I want to be fair. I see two ex Khmer Rouge number 4 region executioners. There are living in Auckland, New Zealand. One guy used ti kill 100 people in his prison and now he is hiding in New Zealand and he never return to Cambodia and the other is also the same position.

The Khmer Rouge trials should continue longer to bring more former top Khmer Rouge leaders to justic. All the victims's souls never fly away if the justic undone for them.

One more thing, I find out by listen to the www.fra.org    I see that Vietnamese invasion in Cambodia is not intention to save Cambodia, they invaded Cambodia becausee Vietnam was afraid that Pol Pot gain more popularity to attract the Weaster World attention after the Chinese leaders told them to change policy. Therefore this proof that Vietnamese was appreciated with the Khmer Rouge policy to kill all Cambodian people in late 1978. 

I see that International Body doesn't see Cambodia in the deep picture only the outside or I can say what they read not what they feel and have seen.

Only Duch and a few ex Khmer Rouge got convicted is not enough to what they had done to 3.50 millions Cambodia. Under Pol Pot's regime I was 10 years old. It is good enough for me to remember and seen all the situation that had happen to my family and the rests of Cambodian people.

I don't see this Khmer Rouge Trial is not fair to all Cambodian victims. We want to see more of the former Khmer Rouge on trial.

THINK ABOUT THE FAIRNESS. DURING THE POL POT'S REGIME, CAMBODIAN CIVILIANS GOT KILLED WITH NO TRIAL, ONLY EXCUSED AS THE ENEMY, THEY ARE DEAD MEAT.

Truly Yours

Keisor Rath