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June 26, 1987 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-26

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Abraham Rotstein, University
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a writer and professor of
religion at Colgate University.
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June 8 to interview witnesses
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the Ukrainian-born defen-
dant as a guard at the Treb-
linka death camp.
Judges Dov Levin, Dalia
Dorner and Tzvi Tal ques-
tioned former SS man Otto
Horn in a West Berlin cour-
troom. Horn, who was a
guard at Treblinka, is be-
lieved to have known De-
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