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March 13, 1981 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-13

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16 Friday, March 13, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nazi Trials Are Continuing

Princeton's

CRAIG LU'TZ
Son of
Helen and Paul Lutz
Temple Kol Ami
Jan. 30th,

ERIC KLEIN
Son of
Mr. & Mrs. Sheldon Klein
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Jan. 24th

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Temple Israel
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Dr. & Mrs. Carl Cohen
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Jan. 3rd

ERIC A. PASKEL
Son of
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Jan. 10th

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BONN (JTA) — Four
separate trials of neo-Nazis
have opened in Frankfurt.
They came at a time when
four cases of Nazi war crim-
inals are also being tried.
Part of the charges
against the neo-Nazis are
that they have spread the
false claim that the Nazi
death camps did not exist.
The defendants in the war
criminal trials, however, do
not deny the existence of the
gas chambers and mass
shootings, but only that
they personally were not
involved in the extermina-
tion of Jews and others. The
two contradictory state-
ments are often heard in ad-
joining courts.
One trial of neo-Nazis in-
volves a father and his two
sons who are charged with
flying flags with swastikas
from public buildings in
Frankfurt and the sur-
rounding towns. Another
case is that of Erwing
Schoenborn, who publishes
anti-Jewish material and
has been jailed several
times for his writings:
Among neo-Nazis he is con-
sidered an intellectual ac-
tivist whose job it is to
broaden the ideological base
of the movement.
The other two neo-Nazi
trials involve members of
an extreme rightwing
organization, the
People's Socialist Move:
ment of Germany, who
are accused of violence
against pedestrians in
the center of Frankfurt.
The organization oper-
ates in several West Ger-
man federal states and
has close contacts with
the Palestine Liberation
Organization.
The group received quite
a bit of publicity when one of
its leaders, Frank Shubert,
committed suicide on the
Swiss border several
months ago after being
stopped by the police.
The four trials of war
criminals have been going
on for years as a result of
indecision by th e
authorities and delaying
tactics of the defense
lawyers. The trial of Walter
Fasold, 76, has been going
on for 4 1/2 years. Fasold was
sentenced to life imprison-
ment in 1949 on a charge of
complicity in the murder of
180 inmates in a factory in
occupied Poland. German
courts ordered a new trial
and the defense has been
calling as many witnesses
as possible.
A second trial involves
the case of Hubet Gomerski,
who was . onvicted in 1950
and again in 1977 for war
crimes. But a new trial was
ordered on the grounds that

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stated: "Our region is being
nesses."
Fridrich Paulus, another discredited by the past of
accused war criminal on Franz Hausberger."
trial in Frankfurt, also had
an earlier trial but the pro-
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Schmidt, meanwhile, was
sentenced last week to eight
years in jail from which the
seven years he spent in
prison in Poland will be de-
ducted.
Meanwhile, the office of
the District Attorney in In-
nsbruck, Austria, has
reopened the investigation
into the Nazi past of Mayor
Franz Hausberger of
Mayrhofen,the famous ski-
ing resort in the Tyrol.
Hausberger was a
member of the infamous
First SS Infantry Brigade.
The resumption of the in-
vestigation was triggered
by the Austrian Resistance
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leaflet to all households in
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the region around Mayrho-
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