"Prison is like hell on earth. There is no human dignity in the cell," says Siraphop, who adds he spent most of his days confined to a sweltering 5-by-12-meter room with 40 to 50 other men. "No food. No games. No books. Only drinking water."
Janet Seng, 49, came to the U.S. in 1981 from Cambodia as a teenager. She attended high school, college and graduate school in the U.S. Seng earned a Masters Degree in Business Management and currently works as a Financial Analyst. She's also a social worker helping new immigrants from Cambodia, som