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December 18, 1981 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

`Jewish File' Still Exists
French Senator Claims

The

SHEL ROTT

ORCHESTRA

PARIS (JTA) — A French
senator claimed Monday
that the French gendar-
merie has computerized
tens of thousands of Jewish
names as part of a special
Jewish file.
Senator Rene Caillavet,
president of a human rights
organization which aims at
protecting the private lives
of French citizens from elec-
tronic and computerized
registration and surveil-
lance, charged other ad-
ministrations with continu-
ing to carry the word "Jews"
in certain war-time files.

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Caillavet said that the
gendarmerie, a uniformed
national police attached to
the Ministry of Defense,
might still have in its arc-
hives the "Jewish file" put
together by the war-time
Vichy Administration's De-
partment for Jewish Af-
fairs.
The Senator told a
press conference that he
has not managed to find
any trace that these files
have been destroyed or
relayed to another ad-
ministration. Caillavet
charged certain adminis-
trations with generally
keeping special files on
minority groups such as
Jews, homosexuals and
Masons.
Caillavet is a Centrist
Senator known for his work
on behalf of human rights
and the protection of indi-
viduals and minority
groups.

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