Khmer Rouge Tribunal
The Khmer Rouge Tribunal was established in 2003 as a joint effort by the United Nations and the Royal Government of Cambodia to try those involved with crimes committed by the Khmer Rouge regime.
Kang Kew Iew
Kang Kew Iew ran the Tuol Sleng (S-21) prison where at least 20,000 prisoners were killed.
Kang Kew Iew
Iew has been sentenced to life imprisonment in Cambodia.
Nuon Chea acted as the right hand man of leader Pol Pot.
Chea is serving a sentence of life imprisonment. He is responsible for the deaths of 1.7 million Cambodians.
Ieng Sary was the Deputy Prime Minister for Foreign Affairs when the Khmer Rouge took over.
Sary died before he was sentenced. Allegations against him include crimes against humanity, genocide, and breaches of the Geneva Convention.
Ieng Thirith, wife of Ieng Sary and sister-in-law of Pol Pot, was a senior member of the Khmer Rouge.
Proceedings were suspended when she was deemed unfit for trial. Allegations against her included crimes against humanity, genocide, and breaches of the Geneva Convention.
Khieu Samphan was the successor to Pol Pot. Khieu is serving a sentence of life imprisonment.
So far only five individuals have been indicted for multiple counts of crimes against humanity and war crimes.
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