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Suspected Nazi John Demjanjuk Gets a Last Minute Stay on Deportation to Germany

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John Demjanjuk

The maze of legal entanglements surrounding this case is nothing short of extraordinary.

 (CNN)– Nazi war crimes suspect John Demjanjuk was granted an emergency stay late Tuesday to block what appeared to be his imminent deportation to Germany.

Demjanjuk, 89, is wanted by German authorities for his alleged involvement during World War II in killings at Sobibor, a Nazi death camp in Poland.

The Justice Department would not immediately comment on the stay, saying officials needed to review the order.

The last-minute legal maneuvering leading to the order was the latest chapter in one of the longest-running pursuits of an alleged Holocaust perpetrator in history.

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Comment from KIMF
Time April 14, 2009 at 7:04 pm

Boo-hoo, the poor old concentration camp guard has many ailments. Stuff him back in that wheelchair and ship him to Germany. Hopefully, he will live many more years suffering in a German prison. That court has no jurisdiction to grant him a stay. There is no time limit for justice.
Get him out of America, and let him suffer the way he made thousands live in pain and terror.

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