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An­gelina Jolie’s new film, First They Killed My Fa­ther, shines a light on Cam­bo­dia’s Kh­mer Rouge regime that slaugh­tered the coun­try’s cit­i­zens in the 1970s. But ac­cord­ing to pub­lished re­ports, the ac­tress un­know­ingly did busi­ness with a for­mer Kh­mer Rouge gen­eral ac­cused of geno­cide. An in­ter­me­di­ary work­ing on An­gelina’s be­half bought a piece of land — where she now keeps a home — from al­leged mass mur­derer Ta Tith in 2002. An­gelina had no idea who the land be­longed to.

“It feels like a sec­ond home to me,” An­gelina says of Cam­bo­dia, where she owns a tra­di­tional es­tate ad­ja­cent to a wildlife re­serve.

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