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New York, New York / Anti-Nazi Protest #741752

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Nov 09, 2003
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The beginning of construction of a new synagogue in Munich, Germany, on the anniversary of Kristalnacht††, one of the most notorious nights of the Nazi era, noted; scenes shown.

(New York: Jane King) A protest against the presence of a former Nazi guard, Jakiw Palij†, in a New York neighborhood featured; scenes shown of demonstrators outside Palij’s home in Jackson Heights; details given about deportation proceedings against Palij. [Rally organizer Rabbi Zev FREIDMAN†, protesting BOY - say Palij doesn’t belong here.] [Office of Special Investigations director Eli ROSENBAUM†- comments on Palij’s role at a prison camp.]

Lin, Carol;
King, Jane

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