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After internal power struggles, the base was controlled by the Ta Mok clique . According to the Documentation Center of Cambodia, between 1993 and 1997 - long after the rule of the Khmer Rouge in the rest of Cambodia - around 3,000 people were murdered in a killing field near Anlong Veng. The former head of state Pol Pot was arrested by his own party comrades in July 1997 and sentenced to life imprisonment by a “people's tribunal”. He died in April 1998, presumably by suicide .
In 2001, three years after Pol Pot's death, the Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen declared the camp in northern Cambodia a historical tourist area. However, the area still has to be cleared of mines for development .
- Between horror cabinet and clothes: How the Cambodian government wants to market the historical sites of Anlong Veng as pilgrimage sites for the Khmer Rouge ( memento of March 1, 2005 in the Internet Archive ), on wdr.de
- Pol Pot's property as an excursion destination , on spiegel.de
- Data on Anlong Veng at Falling Rain Genomics (English)
- Kelvin Rowley: Second Life, Second Death. The Khmer Rouge After 1978. Yale University Genocide Studies Program (GSP) Working Paper No. 24, 2004, p. 207.