PHNOM PENH - War crimes suspect Ieng Sary dealt a final act of disrespect to Cambodians when he died last week, workers for the war crimes tribunal say.
Ieng Sary (left) was a chief policy maker and "foreign minister" in the regime of his brother-in-law Pol Pot. Photo at right shows Ieng Sary in the defendant's box at the war crimes tribunal, where he never was convicted. (File photos)
The former Khmer Rouge insider figuratively took millions of dollars worth of bank accounts and property with him when he died.
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