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CBS Evening News for Monday, Jun 08, 1992
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(Studio: Ed Bradley) Report introduced; wrong scenes shown.

(Jerusalem: Bob Simon) Possible overturning of John Demjanjuk's conviction in Israel of being "Ivan the Terrible" of the Treblinka Nazi death camp featured; scenes shown of his trial nearly six years ago and his final appeal today. Recently released KGB documents which identify Ivan Marchenko as Ivan the Terrible shown. [Demjanjuk's lawyer Yoram SHEFTEL - says United States knew Demjanjuk was not Ivan the Terrible.] [Holocaust writer Tom SEGEV - comments on Demjanjuk's involvement in Sobibor Nazi death camp.] Possibility that Demjanjuk will be retried for alleged crimes at Sobibor mentioned.

Bradley, Ed;
Simon, Bob

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