I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…
Never Forget: Life After the Khmer Rouge Genocide:
(Michael Paterniti) Once upon a time—1975, actually, in Cambodia—there was a regime so evil that it created an antisociety where torture was currency and music, books, and love were abolished. This regime ruled for four years and murdered nearly 2 million of its citizens, a quarter of the population. The perversion was so extreme, the acts so savage, that three decades later, the country still finds itself reeling.