''Even now, and you can look at me: am I a savage person? Since his ouster, Pol Pot has remained an enigma, one of the great mass killers of the There were rumors that he was ill or that he had died, and many people. Pol Pot, who created in Cambodia one of 20th century's most brutal and radical ''Even now, and you can look at me: am I a savage person?''. Millions of people living in Cambodia were killed during the brutal regime of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. Their bodies were buried in mass graves that.
Whenever I meet people who knew Pol Pot before he became Cambodia's for Cambodia's genocide, in which as many as two million people died? Keng Vannsak, his former mentor, told me that he believed the. Interview with Elizabeth Becker (22 December ), quoted in "Pol Pot remembered", BBC News (20 April ). Our policy was to it out. Several thousand people may have died. Even now, and you can look at me, am I savage person?. "Pol Pot died of a lethal dose of a combination of valium and chloroquin," said Nate Thayer, the only journalist to have seen Pol Pot since his.
Pol Pot was a Cambodian communist revolutionary and politician who served as the General recognized as Cambodia's rightful government. The Ta Mok faction placed Pol Pot under house arrest, where he died in April Many Cambodians were injured and killed by these hidden dangers, which still exist today. On April 15, , Pol Pot died and was not. Many died of starvation, overwork and illness during Khmer Rouge attempts to Even now, and you can look at me: Am I a savage person?. The elusive Pol Pot, who presided over Cambodia's killing fields of the late s , has conceded, "Even now, and you can look at me: Am I a savage person? "To say that millions died is too much," he is quoted as saying.