Justice: New Man for the Glass Booth

New Man for the Glass Booth

His defenders claim that Ukrainian-born John Demjanjuk, 65, is nothing more than a quiet resident of the Cleveland suburb of Seven Hills, retired from his job in a Ford auto plant. But to his Israeli accusers, Demjanjuk is "Ivan the Terrible," who helped murder some 900,000 people at the Nazi death camp near Treblinka, Poland, in 1942 and 1943 and then slipped into the U.S. in 1952 as a "displaced person." Last week, after seven years of legal wrangling, the U.S. Supreme Court cleared the way for the extradition of Demjanjuk to Israel, where he will become the first Nazi since...

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