Phnom Penh, Cambodia, February 2009.
Sok Chea, who was born in 1970, remembers the day the Khmer Rouge entered Phnom Penh, as it was the last day that she saw her father alive. Her mother fled with her children and lived in Khmer Rouge work camps. The women and children in the camps were segregated by age. Sok was raped and beaten and her arms were always tied up because she tried to see her mother. Today, she is actively involved in the genocide tribunals. “I keep fighting because I want to find justice for my father and for my family. I want to know why Cambodians killed Cambodians.”