Khmer Rouge prison chief faces a long-delayed day in court

More than 28 years after the killing stopped, the first Khmer Rouge defendant stepped into a public courtroom Tuesday to answer for the deaths of 1.7 million people – a tiny, self-effacing man who once commanded an efficient and ruthless torture house. The defendant, Kaing Guek Eav, 66, known as Duch, was seeking bail on charges of crimes against humanity. His lawyer’s claim that Duch’s human rights were being violated by his long detention drew laughter from Cambodian spectators. Full Story

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