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ManuelBlochPaleis-250x173 Lawyer Manuel Bloch
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Cornelius-Nestler-200x300 Leading council prosecutor Prof. Cornelius Nestler
RobCohen-250x1671 Robert Cohen
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RudieCortissos-250x1671 Rudie Cortissos
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MaxDegen Max Degen
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RobFransman-250x167 Rob Fransman
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JanGoedel-300x201-250x167 Jan Goedel
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Kurt Gutmann from Germany
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MartinHaasMunchen-250x243 Martin Haas From US
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PaulHellmann-300x2011-250x167 Paul Hellmann
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LottyHuffener-Veffer-300x201-250x167 Charlotte Huffener-Veffer
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PhilipJacobs-300x201-250x167 Philip Jacobs
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VeraDeJong-250x1871 Vera de Jong
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MarcoDeGroot-300x201-250x167 Marcus de Groot
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DavidVanHuiden-250x167 David van Huiden
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MaryRichheimer-300x201-250x167 Mary Richheimmer-Leijden van Amstel
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JulesSchelvis-300x201-250x167 Jules Schelvis
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RudiWesterveld-300x201-250x167 Rudi Westerveld
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RobWurms-300x201-250x167 Rob Wurms
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The following co-prosecutors asked their lawyer to say the following:
LouisVanVelzen-300x201 Louis van Velzen
Im Namen meiner beiden in Sobibor ermordeten Eltern, Emanuel van Velzen und Duifje van Velzen-Wurms, fordere ich, dass das Landesgericht Recht sprechen wird.
EllenVanderSpiegel-Cohen-300x201 Ellen van der Spiegel
Ellen van der Spiegel, deren Eltern Salomon Cohen und Bertha Hartog am 23. April 1943 – noch nicht dreiβig Jahre alt – in Sobibor vergast wurden, fordert in ihrem Namen Gerechtigkeit und Vergeltung.
Pim Combrink
Ich bitte dem Gericht Recht zu tun für meine Mutter, Conny Margaretha Rubens, die in Sobibor ermordet wurde.

For the project Late Gevolgen van Sobibor (late effects of Sobibor) relatives of Sobibor victims and survivors of this extermination camp were interviewd by Prof. Dr. Selma Leydesdorff.