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Special Assignment (The Hunt For Dr. Mengele) #95948

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 09, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Asuncion, Paraguay) Search for Nazi war criminal Dr. Josef Mengele in Paraguay featured; Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld recalled locating fugitive Klaus Barbie. [Judge Anselmo AVERO - (thru translator) hopes justice prevails.] [Police commissioner Aquilino SERVIAN - (thru translator) claims not to have seen any arrest orders for Mengele.] Info. given Klarsfeld outlined. [KLARSFELD - feels United States should pressure Paraguay to relinquish Mengele.] [Paraguayan President General Alfredo STROESSNER - (thru translator) denies knowledge of Mengele's whereabouts or having ever met him.]
REPORTER: John Martin

Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John

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