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July 19, 1985 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-19

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Friday, July 19, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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"scientific objectivity." He stood
there, wrapped in the authority of
the medical profession, and with a
wave of the hand consigned most
arrivals at Auschwitz to death
and a selected few to be worked to
death or experimented upon. How
can we let go of him?!
Alan Ryan, in his address, said
that the over-riding issue was the
continuance of pursuit and
punishment of those criminals
who have so far survived — re-
gardless of what happened to
Mengele. We must not let a sign
be left for generations to come
that we will forget the terrible
crimes associated with the
Holocaust, that in due course we
will "forgive and forget." The only
ones who have the right to forgive
were the victims.
We reject the importunities of
those who — whether because of
secret sympathy with the crimi-
nals, or because of shallow senti-
mentality — say that old men
should be allowed to end their
days in peace, now so long after
their crimes were committed.
They are forgetting the pedagogi-
cal dimension. Pursuit and
punishment are not simply a
question of the individual victim
and the individual criminal: they
are an expression of a society's
commitment to important values
and standards, and they are an
educational force to inhibit other
potential perpetrators.
There is a natural affinity be-
tween dictatorships and criminal-
ity. Klaus Barbie was protected
by a military junta in Bolivia and
was only extradited to France
when a civilian government came
to power. Now, Klaus Barbie has
been sitting in prison in Lyons,
with nothing moving; obviously a
number of Frenchmen in high
position hope he will die before a
trial brings out the facts about
French collaboration with Hitler
and the Holocaust.
Mengele escaped for years, and
was perhaps dead and buried for
six years without public disclo-
sure, because responsible public
officials neglected their sworn
duty. Mengele's fate was dis-
covered within months after an
agreement to pursue and punish
was reached between America, Is-
rael and West Germany. And we
should not forget either the an-
nounced reward of one million
dollars, pledged by the World
Zionist Congress and Israel! In
sum, after all these years the ac-
tion started when some real mus-
cle was put into the struggle for
justice.
Death is the great leveler, and
it is not the final page of the story.
Mengele has gone before a higher
judgment than anything his
earthly pursuers could have pro-
vided him.
In the meantime, let the work
go on.

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