Witnesses, experts and Civil Parties who have appeared in Case 002
The Civil Party is from Svay Rieng province. He was a Lon Nol soldier and as such was taken away supposedly for a study session but in reality he was to be killed.
Ms. KHEAV Neab (KHIEV Neab)
The Civil Party was born in 1952. She married her first husband, who worked in the cooperative, in 1973 and had two children with him.
The Civil Party live in Pursat province prior to the revolution. After 1975 he was a messenger at Battambang University alongside Horn.
The Civil Party was a monk in Kampot who was forcibly decapitated by the revolutionary militia in 1971 when he was 15 years old.
Nget Chat was born in Pursat province, where she lives today. She narrowly avoided execution in 1978 but her husband did not. She was forced to marry three or four days after he disappeared.
Soy Naroeun was born in 1955 in Kampong Cham. She was separated from her family on 17 April 1975.
Mr. KUL Nem
Kul Nem was born around 1956 in Takeo province. He was moved in the arm from Phnom Penh to Kratie and then Mondulkiri in 1975.
The testimony of Ms.PREAP Sokhoeurn is in relation to the regulation of marriage.
Ms. PREAP Sokhoeum
Preap Sokhoeum was born in 1951 in Kampong Cham province. She had two daughters. She was working on a cotton plantation in 1975 when she was called to be married.
Mrs. PEN Sochan
Pen Sochan was born in Pursart Province. She was living with her parents before she was transferred to another village.
Ms. HENG Lai Heang
HENG Lai Heang was born in 1950 in Kratie province, where she and her family lived in a communal farming community.
Ms. MOM Vun
Mom Vun was born in 1948 in Siem Reap province, where she lived before 1975. Her husband was Tan Him.
CHEA Dieb (CHEA Deap)
Ms. CHEA Dieb was born in April 1954 in Pramat Dei village, Kampong Cham province. She is a rice farmer and has four children.
Mr. SENG Soeun
The Civil Party was born in 1956 in Trapeang Kak village, Takeo province. He began to learn art when he joined the Communist Party of Kampuchea in 1970 and after he joined the army.
Before 1975, the Civil Party was a student and a police officer.
The Civil Party was born in 1940 in Koh Tang village, Tralach Commune, Takeo province. She is a rice worker field and a transgender.
The Civil Party lived with her family in the unit 7 at Ta Ong village, Ta Ong Commune in 1975.
MY Savoeun (MEY Savoeun)
Civil Party, My Savoeun, described the chaotic situation for East Zone soldiers from 1976 to 1978.
Mr. CHAU Khim
The Civil Party was a soldier in Koh Keo Commune, Lvea Em District in Kandal Province.
Mr. YUN Bin
Mr. YUN Bin was born in 1955. He was sent to live in Kos Au Tanseng Island when the Khmer Rouge took power.
Mrs. KANN Sunthara
Mrs. KAUN Sunthara was born in 1952. She said that on 17 April 1975 she and her family were told to leave Phnom Penh.
Mr. CHHE Heab
Che Heap was born 1 February 1961. Before the fall of Phnom Penh he was living in the Kampong Tom district with his family.
Ms. PHOUNG Yat
PHOUNG Yat was born on 15 April 1960. She is a farmer in the rice fields.
Ms. ROS Chuor Siy
ROS Chuor Siy was born on 20 September 1938. She lives in Paris with three children.
Mr CHHUN Samorn
Mr Chhun Samorn was born in 1957 in Thmei village, Ksetr commune, Kampong Rou district, Svay Rieng province, where he still lives with his family and works as a rice farmer.