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Topic - Ulrich Busch
John Demjanjuk's lawyer argued Thursday for his client's acquittal on 28,060 counts of accessory to murder at the Nazis' Sobibor death camp, saying the 91-year-old alleged former guard suffered as much as the Jews did at the hands of Nazis.
John Demjanjuk told a Munich state court Tuesday he would go on hunger strike unless judges pursue more evidence that he claims could exonerate him of charges he served as a Nazi death camp guard.
Mr. Busch has argued that the file could contain documents that could prove that a Sobibor identity card attributed to Mr. Demjanjuk actually was that of another guard.
In his third day of closing arguments, lawyer Ulrich Busch said Ukrainians and other Soviet prisoners were held in what amounted to death camps themselves, where millions died.