Jun 25 - Prison camp survivors offer prayers as Cambodia prepares to try Khmer Rouge leaders. Andrew Raven reports.
These little. This is the legacy of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime. At this memorial outside the country's capital survivors offer prayers for the one point seven million people. Who died under one of history's most brutal governments. Oh yeah well. This ceremony comes two days before the alleged architects of Cambodia's killing fields are to stand trial. They are no one talks known as brother number two. Former president -- sound on ex foreign minister -- Barry and his wife -- here. The UN backed trial is happening more than three decades that the Khmer Rouge was ousted from power. Survivors of its notorious prison systems say it's a bad time justice was served. And not only -- -- would get it. Dutch and the other four top leaders I would tell him in order to find justice for all of you will -- here. Let me you accept my assistants -- find justice for you the night sky. And I'll give you thought the little. Many here though believe justice will remain elusive. The four defendants are elderly and in poor health and many here they will die before the verdict is delivered. And drew -- and Reuters.