Jacques Vergès dead: How a French lawyer became the world’s top defender of Nazis, war criminals, and terrorists.
How a French Lawyer Became the World’s Foremost Defender of Nazis and Terrorists
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Aug. 20 2013 3:10 PM

How a French Lawyer Became the World’s Foremost Defender of Nazis and Terrorists

Jacques Vergès, who the New York Times wrote “embraced anticolonial causes and the role of devil’s advocate on a world stage,” died last week at 88.

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