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March 20, 1987 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-20

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Jerusalem (3TA) — The
queues outside the Jerusalem
concert-hall-turned-court-
room where the trial of John
Demjanjuk is going on are so
long each day that the
authorities have opened an
additional hall with simul-
taneous television transmis-
sion of the trial, it was
reported last Monday.
Prime Minister Yitzhak
Shamir attended an after-
noon session and Gen. Yossi
Peled, commander of the
northern front, sat barely
hiding his emotions, as he
remembered the sound of the
Gestapo jackboots over the
cellar in Poland where he was
hidden as a child of four.
The heart-rending pro-
ceedings of the trial of Dem-
janjuk, accused of slaughter-
ing tens of thousands of Jews
at the Treblinka gas cham-
bers, follow Israelis wherever
they go. Bus passengers sit
silent as they listen to the
radio transmission of the
hearings over the bus loud-
speaker, every corner grocery
store seems to have its radio
tuned to the station over
which the trial is broadcast,
and drivers stare grimly
ahead as they hear the gory
details of the daily business
of death at Treblinka.
It is the details of the run-
ning of the death camp that
are being described — at ex-

actly which window did the
witness sit as he sorted the
gold teeth he had to tear from
the mouths of the corpses?
What was the exact construc-
tion of the incinerator where
the bodies were burned when
the Nazis realized the burial
pits were too full? Who was
the SS man who identified
Jews showing marks from
beatings the previous day
and then had them shot?
Demjanjuk's attorney,
Mark O'Connor, an Amer-
ican, appears to be testing the
memory of the witnesses.
Sometimes he discovers in-
consistencies between their
evidence now and their
testimony at the Eichmann
trial in 1961, or in sworn
statements to Yad Vashem
Holocaust Center Researches.
O'Connor does not question
the terrible experiences of
these survivors of Treblinka,
but he does challenge their
ability to remember the face
of their tormentor, known at
Treblinka as "Ivan The 'Terri-
ble."

On Tuesday, the identifica-
tion of Demjanjuk by a Treb-
linka survivor now deceased
was admitted as evidence in
Jerusalem district court.
The three-judge panel
waived the normal rules of
evidence on grounds that
Clause 15 of the law dealing
with crimes committed by

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