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May 15, 1987 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-15

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A Special Thanks to
our loving parents
Sam and Ina Katz

Barbie is also charged with
arrests, maltreatment of
prisoners, torture and depor-
tation to certain death in hun-
dreds of cases.
Barbie was taken into cus-
tody in January 1983 after
his ouster from Bolivia at a
time when the rightwing
military junta was briefly
displaced by a civilian regime.
He has been incarcerated at
the Lyon prison, the same one
used by the Gestapo, for four
years. During that period,
trial dates were announced
and then postponed. Some
observers believed the French
were reluctant to place Barbie
in the prisoner's dock for
what he might reveal about
France under the collabora-
tionist Vichy regime.
Verges has vowed a scan-
dalous expose. The Gestapo
and pro-German French
militia archives found after
the war disclosed a revolting
record. While many of the
French Jews who survived
owe their lives to the humani-
ty and courage of their non-
Jewish neighbors, the ar-
chives record over a million
denunciations against Jews
and Resistance fighters.
Verges is expected to use
these documents to shatter
the myth of a uniformly brave
and united France opposed to
the German occupation. He
may also try to raise the case
of Jean Moulin, France's war-
time Resistance leader who
was betrayed to the Gestapo
by some of his associates and
died under torture.
His revelations could also
embarrass the United States.
Barbie worked for American
military intelligence in Ger-
many during the immediate
postwar years. He and other
Nazi war criminals were
recruited for their alleged
knowledge of Communists as
the cold war between East
and West began almost the
moment the war against
Hitler ended.
It is believed that Verges
may try to put on the stand
the American secret services
to expose their amoral use of
Barbie; and pro-Western
Latin American dictators as
well. Barbie served as advisor
two Latin American regimes.
Verges himself has has
built a reputation for defen-
ding reprehensible "lost
causes!' His clients included
the notorious Hilarion Capuc-
ci, the Greek Catholic Arch-
bishop of Jerusalem who
served a prison term in Israel
for smuggling arms to ter-
rorists. Last winter he defend-
ed a Lebanese terrorist,
Ibrahim Abdullah, who was
charged with masterminding
a wave of bombings in Paris

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Paul and Nancy Silverstein

for a most memorable and
beautiful wedding celebration.

With much love,
Lori and Robbie

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