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God in the Cosmos
Historic Victim Participation as Civil Party
Theary Seng addressing the ECCC Pre-Trial Chamber
at the Nuon Chea hearing, 8 Feb. 2008
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- Khmer Rouge's Brother No. 2 Back in Court in Cambodia (VOA, 7 Feb. 2008)
- Cambodian Genocide Victim Confronts Ex Khmer Rouge Leader (AP Ker Munthit, The Irrawaddy, 9 Feb. 2008). Liberal Legal Norms Meet Collective Criminality (John Ciorciari, March 2011, Michigan Law Review)
- Cambodian genocide victim confronts former Khmer Rouge leader in courtroom (ABC Australia, 9 Feb. 2008)
- Khmer Rouge Victims Address Court (BBC News, 8 Feb. 2008)
- After 30 Years, Victim of Khmer Rouge Faces Leader in Court (Andrew Buncombe, The Independent UK, 9 Feb. 2008)
- Khmer Rouge victim confronts regime leader in court (AFP, 8 Feb. 2008). Re-print in Cambodia Tribunal (9 Feb. 2008)
- Survivors Face Khmer Rouge Leader (Al Jazeera, 8 Feb. 2008)
- Khmer Rouge Victim Confronts Regime Leader in Court (Turkish Press, 7 Feb. 2008)
- Pol Pot Number Two Blames Outsiders for Ills (Reuters, 8 Feb. 2008)
- Top Associate of Pol Pot Faces Victim in Courtroom (The Washington Post, 9 Feb. 2008)
- Genocide Victim Confronts former Khmer Rouge Leader (Gulf News, 9 Feb. 2008)
- Victims Take Part in Nuon Chea's Hearing (Impunity Watch, 8 Feb. 2008)
- A Tour of a Killing Field (FrontPage Magazine, 29 Feb. 2008)
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