Notes
Foreground. Monster
1. eccc, “Kaing Guek Eav.”
2. eccc, “Transcript of Proceedings— ‘Duch’ Trial Public.” Hereafter the specific
transcript will be indicated by the trial day and transcript page number if in En-
glish, or, if in Khmer, “Khmer” will be specified, followed by the transcript page
numbers: in this case, Duch Trial Day 4, 48; Khmer- language transcript, 38, which
is shortened to “Day 4, 48; Khmer, 38.”
3. Day 4, 48; Khmer, 38.
4. Day 4, 49; Khmer, 38.
5. Day 4, 49; Khmer, 39.
6. Day 4, 51; Khmer, 39.
7. Day 4, 51; Khmer, 40.
8. Day 69, 40.
9. Day 69, 41.
10. Day 69, 41–42.
11. Dunlop, Lost Executioner.
12. Thayer and Dunlop, “Duch Confesses,” 18–19.
13. Day 10, 47.
14. Christophe Peschoux, interview with Kaing Guek Eav, also known as Duch,
chairman of S.21, April 28–29 and May 4–6, 1999, David Chandler Cambodia
Collection, Monash University Library, Melbourne, http:// arrow . monash . edu . au,
accessed November 4, 2015; Day 10, 45ff.
15. Reang, “Man or Monster?”
16. Headley, Cambodian- English Dictionary, 760.
17. Chandler, Tragedy of Cambodian History.
18. Military Court, “Rec ord of Interrogation,” 3.
19. “Frame,” oed Online.
20. The use of the meta phor of the frame in social science dates back at least as far as the
pioneering work of Bateson, Steps to an Ecol ogy of Mind, and Goffman, Frame Analy sis.
21. For these events and the pioneering study of S-21, see Chandler, Voices from S-21.
On the history of the museum, see also Caswell, Archiving the Unspeakable; Led-
gerwood, “Cambodian Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes.”
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