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January 31, 1986 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-01-31

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Friday, January 31, 1986

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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suit against Time in the U.S. A
Federal Court jury in New York
decided that the time article had
been defamatory and untruth-
ful. But the judge dismissed
Sharon's charge of libel and he
did not collect damages from
Time. Under American laW, libel
can be established only if there
is proof of malice on the part of
the media. Time nevertheless
apologized for its article.
Although vindicated in the
American court, Sharon pur-
sued his libel case in Israel,
demanding damages equivalent
to $250,000. The proceedings
were expedited when Sharon's
attorney, Dov Weissblat and
Time's attorney, Shmuel Barzel,
agreed that the findings of the
New York jury could be admit-
ted as evidence in the case. This
obviated the need to repeat the
entire case from stratch. There
is no malice tlause in Israeli libel
law.

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Trial Date Set
For Alleged
Nazi Criminal

ajEa7 ERs

Los Angeles (JTA) — The
deportation hearing of alleged
Nazi war criminal Karl Bruno
Blach, a Czechoslovakia native
accused of serving as a guard
and dog handler at both Dachau
and Wiener-Neudorf concentra-
tion camps, will take place this
September, it was announced
here last Monday by United
States Immigration Judge
James Patrick Vandello.
The Justice Department's Of-
fice of Special Investigation
(OSI) has charged that Blach,
65, of La Habra, Calif.,volun-
tarialy joined the Nazi Party in
1939 and in June 1940 became
a member of the Waffen SS,
Hitler's corp of storm troopers.
In addition, the OSI charges
that Blach participated in the
spring, 1945 evacuation march
from Wiener Neudorf to Mauth-
ausen, in which mumerous per-
sons-died, in an effort to flee
advancing forces.
At a hearing, Blach's at-
torney, Ronald Parker of Fuller-
ton, Calif., stated that there
were 30 charges made against
his client and that of the 30,
Blach admits to only three. He
admits he is not a U.S. citizen,
that he was born in Czecho-
slovakia, and that he is pre-
sently stateless.

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Cemetery Hit

Paris (JTA) — The Jewish
cemetery in Barcelona was de-
secrated earlier this month.
Tombstones were overturned
and anti-Semitic inscriptions
were: daubed, according to
Spanish Radio Reports.

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