Ohio: Judge rules in accused Nazi deportation case

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Ohio: Judge rules in accused Nazi deportation case

Unread post by Christina Marie » December 28th, 2005, 6:38 pm

Judge rules in accused Nazi deportation case

CLEVELAND An immigration judge has ordered an Ohio man accused of being a Nazi concentration camp guard deported to his native Ukraine.

The judge, in Cleveland, ruled that there is no evidence to substantiate that John Demjanjuk's (dem-YAHN'-yukz) claim that he would be mistreated if deported to his homeland.

Demjanjuk can appeal the decision.

An 85-year-old retired autoworker, Demjanjuk has been fighting for nearly 30 years to stay in this country.

Demjanjuk lost his U-S citizenship after a judge ruled in 2002 that documents from World War Two prove he was a Nazi guard at various death or forced labor camps.

http://www.krtv.com/Global/story.asp?S=4295422

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Unread post by 3Harmonies » December 29th, 2005, 4:04 am

There are a bunch of Nazis hiding out in Argentina and Brazil..

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