Cabinet will not disclose a confidential federal blacklist of Nazi fugitives. Departments declined to answer questions over release of the confidential list promised by cabinet seven weeks ago.

“There is a process in place,” Attorney General Arif Virani told reporters September 27. “We have a war crimes unit.”

A 1985 Commission of Inquiry on War Crimes led by Québec Court of Appeal Justice Jules Deschenes compiled the confidential list of 20 fugitives recommended for prosecution. It has remained sealed for 38 years.

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