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August 19, 1983 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-08-19

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(Continued from Page 1)
"aid, protection and em-
ployment given Barbie as
detailed" in the Ryan re-
port, "is a shocking revela-
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prosecution for Nazi war
crimes, to pay him for spy-
ing while protecting him —
these actions by the army
counter-intelligence corps
make up a record of scan-
dalous behavior by a branch
of the government that is to-
tally at odds with the ideals
of a nation that prides itself
on its commitment to justice
and decency."
Gerald Kraft, president
of Bnai Brith Interna-
tional, denounced those
U.S. Army officers who
assisted Barbie in his es-
cape from prosecution by
France and called for an
investigation to learn
whether other Nazi war
criminals were similarly
aided.
The 216-page Ryan report
and more than 600 pages of
supporting evidence, was
the culmination of a study of
the Barbie case Ryan was
asked to undertake last
March 15. The study was
made after allegations
about U.S. complicity in
Barbie's escape cropped up
after Barbie was extradited
in February from Bolivia to
France to face charges of
crimes against humanity.
Ryan said that Barbie
was employed by the U.S.
Army Counter-Intelligence
Corps (CIC) in Germany
from 1947 to 1951, when he
was helped to escape to
South America. He said
that since 1951 Barbie has
had no relation with the
U.S. government or any of
its agencies.
Barbie, who lived under
the name of Klaus Altmann
until his extradition Bolivia
this year, visited the United
States in 1969 and 1970,
each time for a week, as
representative for a Boli-
vian shipping firm, Ryan
said.
He said that neither the
U.S. Embassy in Bolivia nor
the Immigration and
Naturalization Service
knew that Altmann was
Barbie.
When the CIC first em-
ployed Barbie it knew he
had been with the Gestapo
but did not know he was
wanted for war crimes,
Ryan said. He said the CIC
believed he had concen-
trated on counter-
intelligence combatting the
French underground.

Ryan made the point
that those who decided to
use Barbie should not
now be villified. He said
they made a "defensible
decision, even if it was
not the only definsible
one" and were not them-
selves "entirely comfort-
able" in using former
Gestapo officers.
But he stressed that the
other occupying powers
France, Britain and the
Soviet Union — "made es-
sentially the same decision
at the time: to involve the
available resources of the
former German regime to
protect and advance what
each government perceived
to be its national interests."
But when the U.S. High

Commission on Germany
(HICOG) sought informa-
tion on Barbie, the CIC de-
nied it knew where he was,"
Ryan said. They again de-
nied to HICOG, which was
the aim of the State De-
partment in Germany, that
they knew of Barbie's
whereabouts when the
French sought to extradite
him. Ryan said that the CIC
thus prevented any extradi-
tion proceeding from being
carried out.
Instead, he said, they de-
cided to help him escape
from Germany using the
"rat line," an underground
method used by the U.S.
Army in Austria for the es-
cape of defectors or infor-
mants from the Soviet
Union.

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