Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge tribunal is all but over. The final appeal in the genocide case against the regime’s former head of state Khieu Samphan has been dismissed and legislation passed to wind up the legalities and consign volumes of evidence to the history books.
For many of Pol Pot’s victims, the time has come to move on – and that includes Rob Hamill, a New Zealander who testified against Kaing Guek Eav, or Duch, who ran the S-21 extermination center and was responsible for the death of his brother Kerry.
Kerry Hamill talks with Luke Hunt about justice and the Khmer Rouge.
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