Op-ed 

Justice for Cambodian Khmer Rouge Survivors – Support CJA Today

The Editor Between April 1975 and January 1979, nearly two million Cambodians perished under the brutal dictatorship of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. Scattered throughout the country, the mass graves of innocent civilians became commonly known as “killing fields.” Cambodians who survived have had to live among these ghosts and, in some cases, next door to former Khmer Rouge soldiers responsible for the murder and torture of their families. Many Cambodians fear that the horrors they experienced would be forgotten by the next generation and that there would never…

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