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Bith (1933?-February 15, 2008) was a Cambodian guerilla commander,
convicted murderer for Khmer Rouge, and former deputy to its
military head Ta Mok. On July 26, 1994, Bith and his fleet of
rebels ambushed a train carrying the three backpackers - Australian
David Wilson, Briton Mark Slater and Frenchman Jean-Michel Braquet,
with at least ten Cambodians being killed in the attack itself. The
group held the three foreigners and several Cambodians under
"miserable conditions" at Vine Mountain rebel base in the southern
Cambodian province of Kampot.
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