Tuol Sleng Museum kekejaman Pol Pot
The regulations for the prisoners of SP21.
Photos of the prisoners of SP21, all these people were eventually tortured and sent to the killing fields to die, it is their skulls that are in the monument at the killing fields.
A painter who survived SP21 painted how prisoners were locked together.
Again, painted by a painter who was in the prison, he imagined this is what the scene looked like, it was based on what he was told and what he heard himself.
We saw the dozens of small cells that looked just like this painting.
Cindie looking at a photograph of a prisoner found in this very room.
Pol Pot’s regime took photos of every prisoner at SP21, some were beaten before the photo was taken.
We saw the same numbers on more than one prisoner, the number was their cell number.
A painters rendition of what he saw at SP21, Tuol Sleng
Photo of one method of torture at Tuol Sleng.
Photo of actual torture device used at Tuol Sleng.
Photo of painting showing a man pulling the fingernails off a prisoner and then pouring a solution over the wounds.
Another method of torture by drowning.
Photo of drum used to drown prisoners.
The painter was told that this happen at S21.
Photo of painting showing torture of prisoners.
Photo of a prisoner at Tuol Sleng.
Picture of shackles used at Tuol Sleng.
Photo of prisoners, most likely dead, at Tuol Sleng SP21.