Michigan Man Ordered Deported Over Nazi Ties

February 1, 2011 § Leave a comment

An 89-year-old Michigan man is facing deportation because of his ties to Nazi-controlled Ukraine during World War 2. US Immigration Judge Elizabeth Hacker ordered John Kalymon deported to Germany, Ukraine, Poland or another country that agrees to take the former factory worker. Kalymon’s U.S. citizenship was revoked in 2007. He was accused of shooting Jews in the 1940s when he served in the Ukrainian Auxiliary Police. Kalymon, the last defendant from the Nazi-era to be prosecuted by the Justice Department, will not be deported immediately because the appeals process could take several years. (MyStateline.com) (Note: compare the last story. The Marine’s dad gets less discretion from the courts than the Nazi.)

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