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July 29, 1983 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-07-29

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34 Friday, July 29, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Documentary Critical of U.S. Role in Klaus Barbie Case

Protection given by
American counter-
intelligence officers to
Klaus Barbie was both
granted consideration and
at the same time excoriated
in Monday's public televi-
sion documentary on the

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Nazi collaborator who is on
trial in France for deporting
thousands of Jewish and
Christian victims to the
death camps.
In an elaborate review of
the documentary, which
aired locally on channel 56,

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the New York Times stated:
"It is hard to condone, dif-
ficult to defend and im-
possible to praise the
American connection with
Barbie."
The Times' account of
the documentary also
made note of its
thoroughness:
"In one moving interview,
a woman talks of being be-
aten by Barbie for five days
when she was 13 years old.
In another interveiew, a
man says that Barbie
enjoyed causing pain.
"Interspersed with this
and similar interviews are
interviews with former
American intelligence
agents, who try to explain
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was a competent profes-
sional; he was useful in spy-
ing on the Russians. It is
clear, however, that the
moral case, as we see it in
the documentary, is against
them."
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University professor
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Barbie in Europe following
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interviewed for the pro-
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