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(Studio) Forensic experts reported identification remains exhumed in Brazil as those of Nazi war criminal Dr. Josef Mengele.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
(Sao Paulo, Brazil) Forensic identification process and scientists findings examined. [Dr. Lowell LEVINE - believes remains are those of Mengele.] [Forensic anthropologist Ellis KERLEY - notes basis of iden.] [Nazi hunter Gerald POSNER - accepts findings; feels search for Mengele should end.] State Department said continuing investigation into possible role of Americans in helping Mengele escape postwar Germany.
REPORTER: Richard Schlesinger
(Miami, Florida) Impact of Mengele's successful escape from justice and his apparent death on Auschwitz survivors examined; films, photos shown. [Survivors Marc BERKOWITZ, Magda BASS, American Jewish Committee spokesperson William GRALNICK, survivor Eva KOR - feel cheated by Mengele's easy postwar life, death.] [Survivor Agnes WOHL - offers different perspective.] [January, Auschwitz SURVIVOR - wants Mengele to know some of his victims are alive.]
REPORTER: Bernard Goldberg
- Goldberg, Bernard;
- Rather, Dan;
- Schlesinger, Richard
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