By Nic Dunlop
Among 1975 and 1979 the likely peaceable kingdom of Cambodia succumbed to at least one of the main bloodthirsty revolutions in smooth background. approximately million humans have been killed. As head of the Khmer Rouge's mystery police, Comrade Duch was once liable for the homicide of greater than 20,000 of them. 20 years later, now not one member of the Khmer Rouge were held chargeable for what had occurred, and Comrade Duch had disappeared.
Photographer Nic Dunlop turned passionate about the belief of discovering Duch, and laying off gentle on a mystery and brutal international that have been sealed off to outsiders. Then, unintentionally, he got here head to head with him. The misplaced Executioner describes Dunlop's own trip to the guts of the Khmer Rouge and his quest to determine what truly occurred in Pol Pot's Cambodia and why.
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