12 B. C. Third World L. J. 199 (1992)
Prosecuting World War II Persecutors: Efforts at an Era's End

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PERSECUTORS: EFFORTS AT AN ERA'S END
Michael S. Bernstein Memorial Panel
United  States ....................................... Ronnie Edelman
Canada ................................... Christopher A. Amerasinghe
Australia ............................................. Graham  Blewitt
England  .............................................. M ichael Bibby
England  ........................................... Edward  Bathgate
Scotland  .............................................. Gavin  Ruxton
Moderator ......................................... Philip  Rubenstein
Philip Rubenstein: Welcome to the first session of the Conference,
the Michael S. Bernstein Prosecutors' Symposium. I would like to
welcome our representatives from the United States, Canada, Aus-
tralia, and all of our representatives-four, including your chair-
from the United Kingdom.
The first person I would like to introduce is Ronnie Edelman.
Ronnie is the Deputy Director in charge of litigation at the Office
of Special Investigations (OSI) of the United States Justice Depart-
ment. She was previously a trial attorney in the Fraud Section of
the Department of Justice's Criminal Division, and while she was
there, she was involved largely in the prosecution of white collar
crime. Ronnie came to OSI as a senior trial attorney, and she is now
the Deputy Director. I am particularly delighted to welcome her, as
she is the first woman ever to have sat as a member of this prose-
cutors' panel.
Ronnie Edelman: I would first like to give you just a few general
comments about the Office of Special Investigations, and then tell
you a bit about the Office's current activities. As many of you know,
unlike our counterparts in Australia, Canada, England, and Scot-
land, we in the United States are unable to prosecute Nazi war

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