15 teleprinter photographs of John Ivan Demjanjuk during the hearings held at his trial in the Jerusalem District Court after he was extradited to Israel in 1988 and sentenced to death, and in the second trial after his coronation in the Supreme Court in 1992-3.
In the photos: Demjanjuk doing a sign of a cross on his chest for fear that the Israeli prosecutor will seek his death sentence (April 25, 1988), the day he was sentenced to death while addressing an audience saying: "I am not Ivan the Terrible. G-d is my righteous witness, he knows I am Innocent" (April 25, 1988), a photograph from the second trial in which Demjanjuk was satisfied in a hearing in which his lawyers demanded his immediate release on the grounds that he was not "Ivan the Terrible, " exchanges words with an Israeli policeman (February 1987), a photograph of Demjanjuk In the 1980s Along with a photograph of Ivan the Terrible from the war, other photographs of Demjanjuk in the Israeli courtroom.
John Ivan Demjanjuk [1920-2012] Ukrainian Nazi war criminal Demjanjuk, identified as "Ivan the Terrible", a guard from the Treblinka extermination camp. John Ivan Demjanjuk was a U.S. citizen of Ukrainian descent whose citizenship was revoked after he was determined to have lied on the immigration questionnaire and concealed his service in the SS as a guard in the extermination camps. At the request of the State of Israel, after his citizenship was revoked in the United States, Demjanjuk was extradited to it and prosecuted under a law to prosecute Nazis and their aides, 1950 in crimes against humanity against Jews during the Holocaust. According to the prosecution, Ivan the Terrible committed many crimes and with great cruelty, and he was an accomplice in the murder of hundreds of thousands of Jews. He used to force Jews into the gas chambers while abusing them, and then turn them on. Occasionally he would take victims from the gas chambers he would kill them in the abuses. In addition, he was accused of abusing and murdering Jewish prisoners from the labor groups in the camp. He was murdered by abusers prisoners who fled the camp, and was also one of the lashing of inmates who received various punishments, sometimes to death. Section 76 of the indictment states: "Due to his special cruelty, the defendant was called "Ivan the Terrible "- a nickname in which only the defendant was known to many of the inmates of the extermination camp."
He was convicted in a district court in Israel in 1988, and sentenced to death for his crimes, but on appeal to the Supreme Court, following new evidence revealed by defense attorney and prosecutor Michael Shaked, he acquitted due to doubts about his identification as "Ivan the Terrible", This was after evidence was found pointing to another person, named Ivan Marchenko, as "Ivan the Terrible".
In 2011, Demjanjuk was convicted by a German court of aiding and abetting the murder of some 29,000 people while serving in the Sobibor extermination camp, and was sentenced to five years in prison. Demjanjuk appealed the decision, but died before the appeal was adjudicated.
Photographs of the same size: 28x20 cm. Very good condition.