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July 15, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-15

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10 FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1988

Continued from Page 6

amined the history of the
trial of John Demjanjuk, both
in the United States and in
Israel, and feel compelled to
speak out for Mr. Demjanjuk
and his family, to insure that
a terrible injustice is not
perpetrated against them in
Israel.
In brief, I find the pro-
ceedings which led to Mr.
Demjanjuk's conviction and
death sentence to be shock-
ingly deficient, in a manner
that may cost an innocent
man his life.
The courtroom chants of
"death, death, death" at the
Demjanjuk sentencing — so
alien to the Jewish spirit and
tradition — symbolize the
overwhelming obstacles fac-
ing the Demjanjuk defense.
Most shocking is the fact
that the United States
Justice Department withheld
from the defense the ex-
onerating evidence that
numerous Treblinka sur-
vivors were 'interviewed and
shown photos of Demjanjuk,
but failed to identify him as
"Ivan the rIbrrible." There
were other deficiencies:
Of the five survivors who
did testify against Demjan-
juk, three had been ruled
"not credible" in another war
crimes case in 1978, and one
had written a sworn affidavit
in 1945 describing how he
saw Ivan die in 1943.
The photo spreads through
which John Demjanjuk was
linked to "Ivan" were pro-
nounced impermissibly sug-
gestive by a federal judge in
1978.
The Israeli court refused to
allow defense experts to ex-
amine all aspects of the
Trawnicki identification card.
Defense document examiners,
suspecting Soviet writing on
the back of the photograph
because Soviet archival ink
appeared in two staple holes
through the photograph, were
not permitted to remove the
photograph from the card to
examine the reverse side.
Such writing would have ex-
posed i the document as a
forgery rather than one cap-
tured intact from the Ger-
mans. The Soviet authorities
had instructed the Israelis
not to allow the photograph to
be removed from the card for
such an examination and the
Israeli court complied.
Undeniably, Israel has the
duty to constantly renew the
world's consciousness of the
Holocaust. Nevertheless, the
ultimate desecration of the
memory of the Holocaust
would be to take the life of an
innocent man.
Is it possible that the
nightmare of every civilized
society — the execution of an
innocent man — will become

a reality in Israel?

William J. Wolf

Phoenix, Ariz.

Editor's note: Wolf is a member of
the Jewish Community Relations
Council and Arizona Action for
Soviet Jewry

Omission In
USY Story

In the July 1 edition of The
Jewish News you printed an
article on the Detroit United
Synagogue Youth affiliates'
participation in the USY-on-
Wheels program this sum-
mer. However, there was an
omission.
On June 30, Congregation
Beth Achim hosted a bus of
USY-on-Wheels. Home hospi-
tality was provided by
synagogue families and a
barbeque and swim party was
given for the USYers. In addi-
tion, arrangements were
made for a tour of the
Holocaust Memorial Center
the next morning .. .
We appreciate your
coverage of synagogue and
youth activities. However,
please make sure that you
have all the information
when printing an aricle, so
that your reports will be com-
plete and correct.
Sandra Fink

Beth Achim Youth Commission

Editor's note: This information
was not provided during four
telephone conversations with local
and national USY offices.

In your article "USY Spon-
sors American Tour" you fail-
ed to mention that there are
two local boys on the "USY on
Wheels" program. Eric
Endelman of Congregation
B'nai Moshe is on Wheels
East Group F and Robert
Simon of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek is on Wheels
Western Trip.

Sandra Endelman

Bloomfield Hills

The next edition of
L'Chayim will be out Aug.
26. Deadline for the
"You're Invited Too" col-
umn is noon Aug. 4.
Synagogues, temples and
organizations should send
their items typed, double-
spaced on 81/2x11 paper.
Mail them to L'Chayim, c/o
The Jewish News, 20300
Civic Center Dr.,
Southfield, 48076.

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