In a report by Steve Marshall concerning the court proceeding against ``Ivan the terrible'' (June 8), I was disturbed by the phrase: ``The basis of John Demjanjuk's conviction was testimony by five survivors of Poland's Treblinka death camp. ...''
To put matters straight, the Treblinka camp was a Nazi German extermination camp. True, Treblinka is located in Poland, but to call it a Polish death camp can be misleading. Isaac Lewin New York, N.Y.
Random killings, rampant child and spouse abuse, raging protests, rioting, rowdy sprees of ``wilding'' episodes, raping and robbing ordinary folks. Just what does that word ``freedom'' mean today?
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