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(Guardian)   Lawyer who defended Barbie dies. Ken inconsolable   ( divider line
    More: Followup, nazi war criminals, armed resistance, Khmer Rouge, liberation movements, interracial marriages, won awards, Venezuelans  
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734 clicks; posted to Politics » on 16 Aug 2013 at 12:51 PM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-08-16 12:57:28 PM
2013-08-16 01:01:31 PM  
Done in one.

/Groundhoggin' it.
2013-08-16 01:17:44 PM  

Stile4aly: Done in one.

/Groundhog Prarie doggin' it.

2013-08-16 02:12:34 PM  
Gott Damn  that sherrif's department needs an enema stat.
2013-08-16 02:14:12 PM  
crap wrong tread i fail.

*hangs head and reached for the bad Vodak*
2013-08-16 03:03:59 PM  
Watch "Army of Crime" if you want a glimpse of the French Resistance in Paris.

What's sad is the maker of the film couldn't name names because of threats of retaliation against French Communists still alive today.
2013-08-16 11:18:06 PM  
"Vergès, often referred to as "devil's advocate", defended figures ranging from Barbie, the Nazi "Butcher of Lyon", later convicted on 341 charges of crimes against humanity..."

Thru Barbie, the Nazi Party lived on after WW2, in the form of US Army Intelligence and the CIA.
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