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March 25, 1994 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-03-25

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devoted to establishing
whether all the witnesses
against Mr. Touvier had
been duly notified and will
appear in court.
Prime Minister Edouard
Balladur, who was secre-
tary-general of the French
presidency in 1971 when Mr.
Pompidou pardoned Mr.
Touvier, sent a letter asking
not to testify.
"I wasn't instrumental in
the pardon," Mr. Balladur

wrote.
The court will decide later
in the trial whether Mr.
Balladur must appear.
Jewish groups tried to
demonstrate outside the
courtroom, but they were
kept at bay by the police.
French Nazi-hunter Serge
Klarsfeld's organization, the
Sons and Daughters of Jews
Deported from France,
displayed banners that in-
cluded a quote of Charles de
Gaulle: "Touvier? Twelve
bullets!"
When Mr. de Gaulle was
once approached by someone
• who had asked for Mr.
Touvier's pardon, he an-
swered that Touvier de-
served nothing but a firing
squad.
Mr. Klarsfeld and his sup-
porters tried to reach the
Court of Justice, carrying
wreaths of flowers in
memory of Mr. Touvier's vic-
tims, but they were
prevented from doing so.
They left the flowers by a
tree in front of the building.
The majority of the French
population was in favor of
bringing Mr. Touvier to
trial. More than 64 percent
of those recently polled sup-
ported the idea, saying it
would help shed light on this
dark period of French histo-
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