|May 01, 2000|
has new approach
to obtain evidence
The Ottawa Citizen
Canada's Jewish leaders have a new approach in their decades-long fight to see suspected Nazi war criminals brought to justice — they will try to "flip" them into giving evidence against their former colleagues.
American private investigator Steven Rambam says he will directly confront many of the suspected Nazis he previously approached while working undercover.
"We want your help in prosecuting your fellow murderers," the New York Nazi-hunter plans on telling the suspects.
"If you want a chance to set things straight and provide evidence against your fellow killers, the Jewish community will stand with you to make sure you are not a target of deportation."
"I guarantee if we contact 20 or 30 of these people, two or three or four or five of them will flip and will provide us with statements. And we are going to shove these down the throat of the Canadian government because the Canadian government refuses to pursue these murderers as murderers."
Mr. Rambam's novel approach has the full support of the Canadian Jewish Congress, the country's leading Jewish organization.
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