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Friday, May 15, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

Barbie Trial Opens In
Blaze Of Attention

Lyon (JTA) - A temporary
museum of the Holocaust
was formally opened here last
Monday to stand for the
duration of the trial of Klaus
Barbie as a reminder of the
horrors of Auschwitz, Tre-
blinka and other death camps
where French Jews were
deported 45 years ago on the
orders of the then Gestapo
chief known as the "butcher
of Lyon". Barbie's trial, which
also began last Monday,
opened amid a blaze of global
media attention.
The museum's inaugura-
tion was by 44 Jewish school
children representing sym-
bolically the 44 Jewish
children from an orphanage in
the village of Izieu, southeast
of Lyon, arrested by Barbie's
Gestapo agents and deported
to Auschwitz. The ceremony
was attended by Michel Col-
omb of Lyon, former Premier
Raymond Barre and members
of the Jewish community, and
about a half dozen govern-
ment ministers.
The inauguration was
timed to coincide with Bar-
bie's departure from his cell in
St. Joseph Prison for the
Palais de la Justice where his
trial for "crimes against
humanity" opened.
The 73-year-old Nazi is
transported to and from the
court in a convoy of armored
cars. Security is strict and
highly visible in Lyon in view
of mounting threats by neo-
Nazi and rightwing ex-
tremists against prosecution
lawyers and witnesses. Re-
porters from the Israeli media
and Jewish correspondents
have been given special pro-
tection.
Several hundred additional
police were rushed to Lyon as
a precaution against street
violence as the trial gets
underway. Neo-Nazis demon-
strated here the weekend
before the trial opened. A
group of black-spirted youths
marched past the Joan of Arc
monument shouting slogans
demanding Barbie's release.
Jewish community leaders
have asked the Jewish
citizens of Lyon to maintain
a dignified presence and give
no provocation.
Barbie's trial has attracted
media attention unprece-
dented for this city of 457,000
in east central France which
he ruled by terror 45 years
ago as the regional Gestapo
chief. The apparent world-
wide fascination with this
trial, however, does not stem
from the nature of Barbie's
crimes. The litany of Nazi

Klaus Barbie:
Finally facing justice.

horrors has been unfolded
many times, in many places
over the past four decades;
Barbie's contribution to the
Holocaust was smaller in
scope and scale than many
others. He was, after all, on-
ly a local chieftain.
What has drawn 800 ac-
credited reporter from all over
the world to Lyon; five
American television net-
works, three from West Ger-
many, two from Japan, three
French, one from Ibrkey and
at least a dozen more from
other countries, are stunning
revelations expected about
collaboration with the Nazis
of high ranking Frenchmen,
including members of the
Resistance, and the American
role in protecting Barbie after
the war and spiriting him to
safe haven to Bolivia where
he lived as a prosperous
businessman until expelled in
1983.
Barbie's lawyer, Jacques
Verges, a fiercely controver-
sial maverick, described as
"brilliant" by some, a past
master of media manipula-
tion by others, has promised
to reveal "new names, new
facts," linking highly re-
spected persons, many still
living, with Barbie's Gestapo
activities.
Barbie will be formally
charged with "crimes against
humanity" for which the
maximum penalty is life im-
prisonment. The charges are
based on the deportations
from Izieu; the arrest and
deportation of 86 Jews in a
raid on the Jewish communi-
ty offices in February 1943;
and the organization of the
last convoy of deportees from
the city while Allied armies
battered at its gates.

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