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Ole Kreiberg

"...Therefore they should keep all their social rights and live normal lives until they will be picked up late at night one family group or single individual at a time in the course of e.g. one year. Big groups from the same place at a time could create unnecessary and unwanted tension. You just pick somebody out here and there and thereby put pressure on the rest in order to make them cooperate. They will of course all be notified of the expiry of the respite and the consequences of not cooperating (that is tranfer to temporary transit-camps) in good time." Ole Kreiberg, April 14, 1996

In his own words

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