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Maurice Papon

Maurice Papon (French pronunciation: ​[moʁis papɔ̃]; 3 September 1910 – 17 February 2007) was a French civil servant from the 1930s. He led the police in major prefectures and in Paris during the Nazi occupation of France until the 1960s. Forced to resign because of allegations of abuses, he became an industrial leader and Gaullist politician. In 1998, he was convicted of crimes against humanity for his participation in the deportation of more than 1600 Jews to concentration camps during World War II when he was secretary general for the police in Bordeaux. Papon is known to have tortured insurgent prisoners as prefect of the Constantinois department during the Algerian War (1954-1962). He was named prefect of the Paris police in 1958. On 17 October 1961, he ordered the severe repression of a pro-National Liberation Front (FLN) demonstration against a curfew that he had "advised." What became known as the Paris massacre of 1961 left 100 to 300 dead at the hands of the police and many others wounded. The same year, Papon was personally awarded the Legion of Honour by French President Charles de Gaulle; his government had been struggling with FLN terrorism. Papon was in charge of the Paris police during the February 1962 massacre at the Charonne metro station, which took place during an anti-Organisation armée secrète (OAS) demonstration that had been organised by the French Communist Party (PCF). Papon was forced to resign in 1967 after the suspicious forced disappearance of the Moroccan Marxist Mehdi Ben Barka, the leader of the far-left Tricontinental Conference. Papon was supported by de Gaulle in being named as president of Sud Aviation company, which co-created the Concorde plane. After May 1968, Papon was elected as a member the French National Assembly and served several terms. From 1978 to 1981, he served as the Minister of the Budget under Prime Minister Raymond Barre and President Valéry Giscard d'Estaing. On 6 May 1981, details about his past under Vichy emerged, when the Le Canard enchaîné newspaper published documents signed by Papon that showed his responsibility in the deportation of 1690 Bordeaux Jews to Drancy internment camp from 1942 to 1944. After a long investigation and protracted legal wranglings, Papon was eventually tried. In 1998 he was convicted of crimes against humanity. He was released from prison early, in 2002, for ill health.

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