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March 27, 1987 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-03-27

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Thal Discusses
Demjanjuk
Height, Scar

Zbl Aviv (JTA) — The scar
on the defendant's back as
well as his height were the
major topics last week at the
the Jerusalem trial to deter-
mine if John Demjanjuk is
the Treblinka death camp
guard "Ivan the Terrible."
Dr. Yaacov Ziegelbaum,
chief physician of the Israel
Prison Services, testified that
the scar was similar to one
described in a disputed Soviet
document identifying Dem-
janjuk, the 66-year-old retired
Cleveland auto worker, as
Ivan.
Defense counsel John Gill
also asked Ziegelbaum about
the scar, caused by a wound
during the war in 1942, as
well as another scar, left by a
bullet, on Demjanjuk's arm.
Gill also pressed the physi-
cian about the discrepancy
between Demjanjuk's height
today, 180 c.m. (about 5'9"),
and that reported on the
document, 175 cm. (about
5'7"). Ziegelbaum replied that
a person's height may de-
crease slightly after age 50.

Cancer Victim
Gets Visa

New York (JTA) — A re-
fusenik cancer victim who
suffered a heart attack at the
Leningrad OVIR emigration
office has been granted an
exit visa, according to reports
from Soviet Jewry activists in
Israel and the United States.
Yuri Shpeizman, sick with
lymphosarcoma, got the news
from his wife, Nelly, at the
Leningrad hospital where he
has been since March 11.
Yuri Shpeizman collapsed
minutes after leaving OVIR,
where he had been told his
frequently refused application
was incomplete and needed a
new photograph, according to
his daughter in Jerusalem,
Rita Levin.

South African
Takes Prize

J.M. Coetzee, a South Afri-
can writer, has been awarded
the 1987 Jerusalem Prize,
whose defining theme is "The
Freedom of the Individual in
Society."
Coetzee was chosen for his
staunch opposition to apar-
theid, violence and oppression
in all its forms. As the prize
jury stated, "John Coetzee
stands out in his novels and es-
says as a fighter for human
freedom and dignity."

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