Data Info
Record No
លេខឯកសារ
VPA-KT0089
Name
ឈ្មោះ
San Huong
សាន ហួងថ
Gender
ភេទ
Female
ភេទ: ស្រី
Date Of Birth
ថ្ងៃ-ខែ-ឆ្នាំកំណើត
19370801
Nationality
Khmer
Ethnicity
Khmer
Birth Place
Krasaing Ka Village, San Kor Commune, Kampong Svay District, Kampong Thom Province
Date Of Birth
19370801
Occupation
Farmer
Current Address
Krasaing Ka Village, San Kor Commune, Kampong Svay District, Kampong Thom Province,
Mode Participation
Complainant
Request Protective Measures
No;
Prefer form of Reparation
School
Crime Info
Main Crime Date
កាលបរិច្ឆេទឧក្រិដ្ឋកម្មសំខាន់ៗ
1976
Main Crime Location
ទីតាំងឧក្រិដ្ឋកម្មសំខាន់ៗ
Krasaing Ka Village, San Kor Commune, Kampong Svay District, Kampong Thom Province
Others Crime
Starvation: Following the assignment given by people who worked in the dining hall, my fifteen-year-old child and I went to work in Krasaing Kha Village. When the bell was rung, we went to receive two rations – gruel mixed with banana bark, manioc, corn, or a combination of vegetables. My four children who were unable to work received nothing to eat. My oldest child and I shared our rations with the other four children. As a result, I did not have enough food to eat. I think that this food deprivation was the same as starvation. In addition, nothing was traded, and we did not have many clothes to wear. Under the Khmer Rouge regime, my five children and I were starved because of orders given by upper level cadres. During the meetings which we were required to attend, upper level Angkar encouraged us to work hard and build ourselves up in preparation for visits by high officials. I think that there was plenty of rice, but I do not know where it was taken. In late 1976, Sangvat, my second child, aged 15, died from diarrhea. A member of the medical staff (unknown name) gave my child a black pill. From that moment on, that medical staff person never showed up to treat my child again. Ten days after taking the black pill, my child died. When my child got sick, there was no ration for him/her because Angkar did not provide a ration for him/her to eat. I used to secretly steal potatoes for Sangvat to eat before he/she died. Execution: In 1976, Brok, a fellow villager, was called for re-education. I do not know where Brok was taken for re-education, because I dared not ask. I do not know who killed him or why. Many people in the village kept gradually disappearing. I thought that they were being killed. I feared that I would be the next victim. When they called for Brok, I was transplanting rice seedlings, and Brok was plowing the paddy field. Elderly women named Uon, Po, and Daem, and I saw Brok being taken to be executed by being called for re-education. When called,
Other Info
Date Completion of Form
កាលបរិច្ឆេទនៃការបំពេញបែបបទ
20080324
Petitioner
អ្នកដាក់ញ្ញាត់
No;
Copyright
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