ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 24, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Paris, France: Pierre Salinger) French government's failure to bring Nazi war criminal Klaus Barbie, known as the "butcher of Lyon," to trial yet reviewed; details given, scenes shown. His extradition from Bolivia in 1983 recalled. [Barbie's attorney Jacques VERGES - believes client's trial will put French themselves on trial.] Contemporary French personalities said fearful that Barbie will implicate them during a trial in the 1943 death of French resistance leader Jean Moulin; details given. [VERGES - wants to make Moulin an issue during trial.] [Former justice minister Robert BADINTER - is confident trial will occur.]
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