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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Visiting, Toul Slang Museum

Victims Grave in Toul Slang Museum
We started meeting at Toul Slang Museum and Visited at there, we have no guide for introduce us but we try to known some thing from other guide and by our self, read some information about Toul Slang Museum.

Toul Slang Museum is most of the killing center in Khmer Rough Regime, set up a prison to detain individuals accused of opposing ANGKAR, located in Toul Svay Prey Quarter Cham Karmorn District, south of Phnom Penh, covers an area of 600 x 400 meters.

According to documents discovered by the Documentation Center of Cambodia (DC-Cam), S-21 was established at Toul Slang in May 1976.

The victims in the prison is were taken from all parts of the country and from all walks of life. They were of difference nationalities and included Vietnamese, Laotians, Thai, Indians, Pakistanis, British, Americans, Canadians, New Zealanders, and Australians, but the vast majorities were Cambodian. The civilian prisoners composed of workers, farmers, engineers, technicians, intellectuals, professors, teachers, students, and even ministers and diplomats. Moreover, whole families of the prisoners, from the bottom on up, including their newly born babies, were taken there en masse to be exterminated.

After we came back from Toul Slang Museam we had a guest speaker, he came from CJI Local NGOs, his presentation about Khmer Rough Trial Law and then some of the participant asked some question about the law of khmer rough trial and they suggestion to this trial should be a good judge, fair,……..

After lunch time we continues our lesson about the human right and we talk some thing and shared to each others.

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