Khmer Rouge’s Duch Gets 10.4 Hours per Murder


The Left tends to get away with its crimes, all the way from Bill Clinton lying under oath to Stalin and Mao murdering their own subjects by the millions. But at last one of the major moonbats in Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge has faced justice, sort of:

Kaing Guek Eav, known as Duch, was the first major Khmer Rouge figure to face trial more than three decades after the “killing fields” regime tried to turn the country into a vast agrarian society — leading to the deaths of 1.7 million people.

As commander of the top secret Tuol Sleng prison — code-named S-21 — the 67-year-old Duch admitted to overseeing the torture and deaths of as many as 16,000 people.

He was sentenced to 35 years in prison, but will spend only 19 in jail…

Duch has something in common with other dangerous left-wing extremists throughout the world, including America, where communist terrorists like Bill Ayers can be found on college faculties:

Like many key players in the Khmer Rouge, Duch was an academic before he became a revolutionary.

If you’ve ever wondered what the country would look like if an Ivy League faculty took control of it, study up on the Khmer Rouge’s Killing Fields.

Duch was a math teacher, so he’s probably already figured this out: 19 years = 6,935 days = 166,440 hours ÷ 16,000 people he murdered = 10.4 hours per murder. Not bad, considering Clinton wasn’t in a position to pardon him.

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The results of leftist academics taking total control.

On a tip from Anonymous Countermoonbat. Hat tip: Gateway Pundit. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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