Sean Ragsdale has been traveling through Asia and sharing some interesting video and photos with friends. He also happens to be one of the folks behind waterboarding.org. He writes:
While we were in Cambodia this winter I visited the Tuol Sleng
Genocide Museum. Tuol Sleng is one of the
few places where you can see a real actual waterboard in the room
where it was used to torture prisoners. I've created a
'waterboardingdotorg' Flickr account and put a link up here.
Nice to know America has something in common with the Khmer Rouge — something that isn't torture, of course. Among the photos in that set, this chilling shot of a poster on the wall of the Khmer Rouge's chief of staff, now covered with graffitti — and this sign reprimanding less-than-reverent visitors; "no laughing allowed."