Khmer Rouge leaders face their accusers

The current trial of surviving Khmer Rouge leaders in Phnom Penh is the judicial process that Stalin and Mao never faced. These tyrants died in their beds without ever answering for, in Stalin's case, the famines and the bloody 1937 Moscow trials, and in the Chinese chairman's, for the Great Leap Forward, and resulting mass hunger that claimed 30 million lives..

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