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John Demjanjuk

Classic Essays

by Robert Morgan IN FEBRUARY 2002, Eli M. Rosenbaum, boss of the witch-hunting Office of Special Investigations (OSI), a unit within the U.S. “Justice” Department’s Criminal Division, easily persuaded a pliant federal judge, Paul Ramon Matia (an appointee of the first President Bush), to once again…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver (pictured) AMERICANS WERE GIVEN two crucial lessons at about the time of the Summer Solstice in 1988. The few who are still willing to think about the real world must ponder them now and understand what has happened to them. Tomorrow will be too late. By the time this appears in print,…
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by Chris Rossetti AN FBI REPORT kept secret for 25 years said the Soviet Union “quite likely fabricated” evidence central to the prosecution of John Demjanjuk (pictured) – a revelation that could help the the retired Ohio auto worker’s defenders against charges that he is guilty…
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