"They did so much damage to my family, but they just sit there without anything to worry about."
Kup Aisha sits on her bed, her wrinkled hands folded over a flowing skirt. She has the TV on in the background, though she barely glances at it.
Today, Aisha will walk into a courtroom on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, and stare into the faces of the people she holds responsible for her misery.
In a country where the Khmer Rouge are blamed for the deaths of one-quarter of the population, justice has many meanings. In this radio piece for PRI's The World, I look at one woman's story.