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November 20, 1987 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-20

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The judges also concluded
that Demjanjuk had provided
no evidence that the Israeli
legal system would subject
him "to procedures an-
tipathetic to a U.S. federal
court's sense of decency."
Judge Lively's opinion
evidenced a firm no-nonsense
response to claims that
bordered both on the offensive
and the absurd. The U.S.
Supreme Court declined to
review the Appeals Court
decision, and Demjanjuk was
extradited to Israel in
February 1986.

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New York (JTA) — Aba and
Ida Taratuta, residents of
Leningrad who have waited
14 years to emigrate, last
week received permission to
leave for Israel. And Lev
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staged a 45-day hunger strike
earlier this year, arrived in
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Jewry. The news about the
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this year, he was allowed to
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