Activist names alleged Case 004 crime sites

courted controversy in recent weeks with her public statements on the court's third and fourth cases, issued a statement today details what she says are the crime sites involved in the court's Case 004 i " />

Activist names alleged Case 004 crime sites

Local activist Theary Seng, who has courted controversy in recent weeks with her public statements on the court's third and fourth cases, issued a statement today details what she says are the crime sites involved in the court's Case 004 investigation. Victims hoping to join the case as civil parties must prove that they suffered as a result of crimes committed at one of the sites in the investigation, and Theary Seng has urged prospective applicants to come forward and put pressure on the judges to investigate the case properly. The statement, which can be read in full here, is excerpted below:

"Case 004 Filing

Through my own research and conversations, I have come into this very trusted information which should assist you greatly in filing against Im Chaem, Ta Tith and Ta An:


Central Zone (Ta An)

Purge of the Central Zone                                           Wat O Trau Kuon Security Center

Wat Batheay Security Center                                      Met Kor (Sop) Security Center

Wat Phnom Pros Security Center                               Kok Pring Execution Site

Chamkar Svay Chanty Security Center                       Anglong Chrey Dam Forced Labor Site

Genocide in Kampong Cham Province                      Wat Srange Security Center

Tuol Ta Phlong Prison and Execution Site                 Wat Kandal Security Center

Wat Baray Chan Dek Security Center                                                           


Northwest Zone (Ta Tith, Im Chaem)

Purge of the Northwest Zone                                      Wat Kirirum

Banteay O Ta Krey Execution Site                              Banteay Treng Security Center

Wat Thoamayutt Security Center                                Wat Kandal Security Center

Wat Samdech Security Center                                     Wat Po Laingka Security Center

Wat Banteay Neang Security Center                           La-Ang Phnom Kuoy Yum Execution Site

Wat Chamka Khnol Security Center                           Prison No. 8

Tuol Purchrey Execution Site                                      Phnom Trayoung Security Center

Phum Chakrey Security Center                                   Wat Preah Neth Preah & Chamkar T Ling

Trapeang Thma Dam                                                 Spean Spreng & Prey Roneam Dam


Southwest Zone (all three came out of Ta Mok’s clan of the SW, but mainly Ta Tith)

Wat Pratheat Security Center                                      Tram Kak


East Zone Purges and War with Vietnam

Purge of Svay Rieng                                                                            Purge of Prey Veng

Genocide of Kampuchea Krom and of April 17 New People             War with Vietnam"


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