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June 26, 2001
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The leader of Germany’s Jewish community called on lawyers to forgo part of their payment for handling Nazi-era slave labor cases. Paul Spiegel urged the lawyers to give up some of the estimated $51 million due them, as a gesture of respect for the former slave laborers. “Earning money should not come before moralistic intentions,” Spiegel said.

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