THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, March 15, 1985
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W. Germany To Seek
Extradition Of Mengele
Bonn (JTA) — The Bonn gov-
ernment has informed the gov-
ernments of 12 other countries
that it intends to ask for the ex-
tradition of Nazi war criminal
Josef Mengele when he is found so
- that he can stand trial in West
Deputy Justice Minister Benne
Erhard, speaking for the ruling
Christian Democratic Union
(CDU), said in response to ques-
tions in the Bundestag that the 12
countries contacted were those
where Mengele, the Auschwitz
death camp doctor, is believed to
have found refuge in recent years.
Paraguay is considered by most
Nazi hunters to have been
Mengele's haven for many years.
Erhard said that when President
Alfredo Stroessner of Paraguay
pays his official visit to Bonn
shortly, Chancellor Helmut Kohl
will raise the issue of Mengele in
the course of their talks. Accord-
ing to Erhard, Washington has
advised Bonn that the
Paraguayan government is will-
ing to cooperate and would arrest
Mengele if he is located in that
Erhard reported that since the
Federal Republic posted a DM one
million (about $300,000) reward
for information leading to
Mengele's arrest, many individu-
als have claimed knowledge of his
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whereabouts but so far none of
this information has resulted in
progress toward his capture.
In a related development, a
French businessman says he has
concrete proof that Mengele i's
alive in Paraguay. The non-
Jewish, Lyon-based businessman
told the French daily Lyon Matin
that friends in Paraguay told him
Mengele lives in the Pratis-Gill
area between the Filadelfia and
Neuland regions. The paper did
not reveal the businessman's
name for security reasons.
The businessman says Mengele
was seen by local inhabitants who
formally recognized him from
published pictures. He is usually
accompanied by four bodyguards.
The Partis-Gill area, according to
Lyon Matin, is run by a sect of
Prussian origin, the Mennonites,
which is protecting other former
Nazis as well.
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