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June 14, 1991 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-06-14

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Lake St. Mary principal,
thinks the impression Stone
will leave may be more of a
long-term benefit than some-
thing students pick up on
right away. "As they become
adults, I think they'll realize
that physical disabilities are
inconsequential in relation to
the quality of the human be-
ing," Reeside says.
He says he never gave
Stone's disability a second
thought during the hiring
process.
Stone credits his parents,
Jerry and Norene, and his
brothers as "very supportive,
but at the same time allowing
me to be an independent per-
son."
He is looking forward to the
day when he can afford to
move into a place of his own.
"I don't like having to sit
around while people do things
for me," he says. ❑

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Jerusalem (JTA) — Josef
Mengele, the sadistic doctor
who performed ghastly ex-
periments on inmates at
Auschwitz, may still be
alive, at least as far as one of
Israel's top Nazi-hunters is
concerned.
Police Inspector Menachem
Russak has never accepted
the findings of an interna-
tional team of forensic ex-
perts, which concluded in
1985 that the infamous
"Angel of Death" had died in
Brazil.
Mr. Russak wrote a report
in 1986 outlining why he be-
lieves Mengele may still be
living, but the document has
long been suppressed. The
report was published for the
first time last weekend, by a
group of twins who endured
the physician's cruel ex-
periments.
The organization of twins
accuses the Israeli govern-
ment of deliberately ignor-
ing the report and abandon-
ing efforts to track down the
infamous Nazi doctor, so he
can be brought to justice.
The organization has
pledged a new international
campaign to bring pressure
to bear on Israel, the United
States and Germany to
resume efforts to hunt
Mengele, especially in light
of evidence he was pur-
portedly seen alive in Brazil
four years ago.
Mr. Russak's suspicions
were aroused by the fact that
documents showing that
Mengele had lived with cer-

tain German families in
Brazil were found without
difficulty in the homes of
those families, who led in-
vestigators to his ostensible
gravesite and maintained he
had died back in 1979.
The cadaver was unearth-
ed by court order, and local
experts determined it was
indeed Mengele.
The German families said
they had not reported his
death for six years for fear of

An organization of
twins accuses the
Israeli government
of abandoning
efforts to track
down the infamous
Nazi doctor.

Jewish reprisals against
them. If that were so, Mr.
Russak asked in his report,
why had they not destroyed
the evidence of his having
been hidden by them?
He also pointed out that no
fingerprints, X-rays or blood
tests of the dead man pur-
ported to have been Mengele
were produced.
Mr. Russak maintained
that the entire discovery and
exhumation was a coverup.
In Washington, a U.S.
government official familiar
with the international study
made to identify Mengele's
remains called the charges
baseless and ludicrous.

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