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FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1991

Crimes Trial
Concerns Grow

Sydney, Australia, (JTA)
— Although there are said to
be hundreds of war
criminals living in
Australia, speculation was
rife this week that the
government may soon aban-
don its efforts to bring them
to justice.
Concern mounted follow-
ing the surprise resignation -(
of Robert Greenwood as head
of the Justice Ministry's
Special Investigations Unit,
set up to trace Nazi war
criminals who have found
haven in Australia and br-
ing charges against them.
The unit was set up under
recent legislation that per-
mits Australian courts to try
alleged war criminals for
offenses committed abroad.
The constitutionality of
the law has been challenged
in the Hugh Court. Mr.
Greenwood's announcement
that he is returning to pri-
vate practice as a barrister
was all the more surprising
in that it was made only
days before the High Court
is scheduled to hand down
its decision.
7:
\
The Australian media
have accused the investiga-
tions unit of failing to bring
charges against any signifi-
cant number of war crime
suspects. (

The opposition in Parlia-
ment has charged that the
$10.5 million spent so far
has produced "no real
result." So far, 11 cases
await a decision by the
government whether or not
to prosecute.
What would have been
Australia's first war crimes
trial was canceled on the eve
of its opening last summer
after the defendant, Ukrai-
nian-born Ivan Polyukhovich,
was mysteriously shot.
Mr. Greenwood said after
his resignation that even if
the High Court rules that
his multimillion dollar in-
vestigations had no legal
basis, they certainly had a
moral one.
He urged broader legisla-
tion to include criminal
refugees from regimes such
as those of Pol Pot in Cam-
bodia and Saddam Hussein
in Iraq.
In New Zealand, mean-
while, Attorney General
Paul East said four of eight
people whom the Los
Angeles-based Simon
Wiesenthal Center alleged
to be war criminals have
been cleared following in-
quiries.

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