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The Eichmann Trial Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

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Chapter 3 Summary and Analysis

In chapter three, Israeli officials know the world is watching and that there can be no indication to the contrary. A man named Gideon Hausner was the prosecutor who had only recently been appointed attorney general, but he was not fluent in criminal proceedings. Despite the fact that he had the option to appoint someone else as lead prosecutor - and that many hope he will - he took over the case himself. The search then began for a defense attorney and officials know it's vital that there is a qualified lawyer in that position. There were volunteers but they were either unqualified for the task or were vocal neo-Nazis. The Eichmann family asked for Robert Servatius. Servatius was a defense attorney at the Nuremburg Trials but had never been a member of the Nazi Party. However, the Eichmanns then claimed they were unable to...

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