Killing Fields of Cheoung euk

Pol Pot was one of the most evil persons in human history. During his reign at least 1.5 million Cambodians (of a population 8 million) perished all to support his vanity and ideology.

Toul Sleng a school which was used as a concentration camp is a prime exmaple of this.
Of up to 20,000 inmates which included men, women and children only 7 survived.

Not content in the ‘mere’ murder of fellow man, the barabity even exceeded the scale.

Babies were dashed to death in front of their mothers, people tortured to death in the most unimaginable way, the pictures contained in the now museum Tuol Sleng as well as a few horrific but fortunately black and white photographs detail.

The Killing fields (and note there are many scattered around Cambodia) are full or the remains of thousands of people buried in mass graves.
Take a look at the rules of Toul Sleng (they were listed in Khmer, English and French).
The rules in English stated that

1. You must answer accordingly to my question. Don’t turn them away.
2. Don’t try to hide the facts by making pretexts this and that, you are strictly prohibited to contest me.
3. Don’t be a fool for you are a chap who dare to thwart the revolution.
4. You must immediately answer my questions without wasting time to reflect.
5. Don’t tell me either about your immoralities or the essence of the revolution.
6. While getting lashes or electrification you must not cry at all.
7. Do nothing, sit still and wait for my orders. If there is no order, keep quiet. When I ask you to do something, you must do it right away without protesting.
8. Don’t make pretext about Kampuchea Krom in order to hide your secret or traitor.
9. If you don’t follow all the above rules, you shall get many lashes of electric wire.
10. If you disobey any point of my regulations you shall get either ten lashes or five shocks of electric discharge.


Warning: Pictures may be distressing