Leng Vath is a widow and one of few survivors from Khmer Rouge’s Sang prison in Kandal province. She describes the situation of Phnom Penh when it fell into the Khmer Rouge’s control in April 1975 as she was one among a million people who were forced to evacuate from the city.
As a survivor of Khmer Rouge’s prison, Leng Vath shares her one-year bitter experiences during time living and working in the prison and mobile unit at various places. She also describes her family’s situation during the People’s Republic of Kampuchea (1979-1988) when her husband and children were forced to join K5 in which her husband was injured and paralyzed.
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