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April 29, 1988 - Image 42

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There was not enough
evidence beyond a reasonable
doubt" against Demjanjuk,
he said. The politics of the
case, Dobrowolskyj said,
prevented the court from fin-
ding Demjanjuk not guilty
because it would be an indict-
ment against the U.S. Justice
Department's Office of
Special Investigations and
negate Israel's attempt at
providing another Holocaust
lesson.
"The sentence was perfect-
ly consistent," he said. "I'm
not surprised. It was ab-
solutely expected, outrageous
as it is. It is not going to help
things, but nobody is going to
go out here and burn
synagogues."
A synagogue in Akron,
Ohio, southeast of Cleveland
where Demjanjuk lived before
he was deported to Israel for
trial, was spray painted by
vandals after the 10-hour ver-
dict was read by an Israeli
court last week. The same
night, Demjanjuk's Cleveland
church was daubbed. No
messages were left at either
site.
This week, Toronto Jews
were outraged after a Ukrai-
nian official of Demjanjuk's
defense fund said Jews would
pay for Demjanjuk's convic-
tion just as they had paid for
Christ's crucifixion.
Holocaust survivors have
backed the conviction, and
wildly applauded in the
Israeli courtroom when the
death sentence was handed
down Monday. In Detroit,
Sonia Popowski, vice presi-
dent of Shaarit Haplaytah —

Survivors of 1945 — said, "If
the Israeli judges give a ver-
dict, I have confidence in
them."
Rabbi Charles H. Rosenz-
veig, executive director of the
Holocaust Memorial Center,
pointed to the 14-month trial
and the 150 witnesses against
Demjanjuk. "I never had any
doubt about his guilt. The
evidence was quite
preponderant. He was worse
than many of the others (Nazi
camp guards).
"I don't think the death
penalty is severe in this case.
But whether this sentence
fits the crime, I think the
Israeli court must decide."
Two years ago, the
Holocaust Memorial Center
brought Allan Ryan Jr. to
Adat Shalom Synagogue to
speak on the case. The former
head of the Office of Special
Investigations outraged local
Ukrainians by insisting that
Demjanjuk was guilty.
"He made it very clear,"
Rabbi Rosenzveig said. "Dem-
janjuk's deportation was bas-
ed on the strongest evidence,
and the Israeli court has
agreed."
Demjanjuk's death sentence
will automatically be appeal-
ed. At the same time, Jewish
groups are working to smooth
relationships with the Ukrai-
nian community in the U.S.
Harold Gales of the Detroit
Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee and
Father Leonard Chrobot,
former president of St. Mary's
College in Orchard Lake,
have drafted a letter for their

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