Data Info
Record No
លេខឯកសារ
VPA-PH0001
Name
ឈ្មោះ
Huam Ly Mao
ហូម លីម៉ៅ
Gender
ភេទ
Female
ភេទ: ស្រី
Date Of Birth
ថ្ងៃ-ខែ-ឆ្នាំកំណើត
1967
Nationality
Khmer
Ethnicity
Khmer
Birth Place
Sre Thnong village, Rumany commune, Rovieng district, Preah Vihear province
Date Of Birth
1967
Occupation
Farmer
Current Address
Sre Thnong village, Rumany commune, Rovieng district, Preah Vihear province
Mode Participation
Complainant
Request Protective Measures
No;I am Ham Lymao, female, 41, currently living in Srechhnong Village, Rumany Commune, Rovieng District, Preah Vihear Province. Assisted by the Documentation Center of Cambodia, I filed an application form before the Khmer Rouge Tribunal on May 19, 2009. What I have mentioned above is the truth about what happened to other people and myself; therefore, I do not need protective measures from the court.
Prefer form of Reparation
Well, Road
Crime Info
Main Crime Date
កាលបរិច្ឆេទឧក្រិដ្ឋកម្មសំខាន់ៗ
1978
Main Crime Location
ទីតាំងឧក្រិដ្ឋកម្មសំខាន់ៗ
Ta Seng village
Others Crime
Starvation Under the Khmer Rouge regime, the population was given nothing to eat but watery rice soup and consequently they starved. Sometimes, rice soup was mixed with manioc. If manioc was not well-mixed with the rice soup, people would get food poisoning when they ate it. Everyone had only one bowl of rice soup to eat. They were never given more than that. Displacement Under the Pol Pot regime, my family and I lived in Romchek Village, Rumany Commune, Rovieng District, Preah Vihear Province, for almost a year. Then they relocated us to Taseng Village of Preah Vihear Province. While being transported by cart, we were given nothing to eat and had to drink water from a small stream. The trip took one whole day. After we lived in Taseng Village for two years, they evacuated us to Sre Chhnong Village, Rumany Commune, Rovieng District, Preah Vihear Province. We lived there until the day of liberation. Forced labor Under the regime, at the age of approximately 10, I was forced to build a canal at Kuoh Srek. My parents were forced to transplant rice seedlings, harvest rice, and build dikes and canals day and night without being given enough food to eat. If we were unable to complete the assigned tasks, we would be forced to do so. Family separation Prior to the Khmer Rouge regime, my grandparents, parents, and siblings lived together. However, when Pol Pot came to power, they evacuated my grandparents and children from Preah Vihear Province to Siem Reap Province. Spies Due to extreme starvation, my mother stole potatoes to eat during the Pol Pot regime. It was fortunate for her that the Khmer Rouge did not find out. If they discovered what she had done, they would have taken her for re-education (execution).
Other Info
Date Completion of Form
កាលបរិច្ឆេទនៃការបំពេញបែបបទ
20080519
Petitioner
អ្នកដាក់ញ្ញាត់
No;
Copyright
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