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Accused collaborator Maurice Papon condemned the anti-Jewish politics he served in, the wartime French Vichy regime. He is now on trial for being a Nazi collaborator in WWII. He then rose to be chief of Paris police. In 1961, he was involved in the massacre of more than 300 Algerians in France.

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