Tracks Don’t End for Gold Train Survivors

For those who have been following, The U.S. Justice Dept. is to again seek a delay in resolving the Hungarian Gold Train Case. That is not justice.

“The U.S. government has long called for restitution from other countries as a moral duty,” the congressmen reminded Mr. Gonzales. “It has held European countries and businesses accountable for the confiscated money and property of millions of Holocaust survivors.” Denying a settlement to the Gold Train survivors only would perpetuate the hypocritical betrayal.

Maybe Ashcroft’s replacement will have some holiday cheer left over during the inaugural bash.

UPDATE: Settlement! The AP is reporting that terms for a settlement have been reached.

Hungarian Holocaust survivors told a judge Monday they have agreed to settle claims that the U.S. Army wasted and pillaged family treasures seized by Nazis and loaded onto a train in the waning days of World War II.

…and to all a good night.

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