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Justice Moves to Deport Suspected Nazi Collaborator in Michigan

swatsikaThis is the tail end of the hunt and deportation of Nazis and Nazi collaborators living in the U.S. Most are in their late 80s or 90s.

By Devlin Barrett
Associated Press
WASHINGTON — An 88-year-old Michigan man accused of helping the Nazis during World War II faces deportation after the Justice Department filed court papers seeking to throw him out of the country.

U.S. authorities say John Kalymon, once known as Iwan Kalymon, shot Jews while serving in the Nazi-sponsored Ukrainian Auxiliary Police Force in what is now the city of Lviv, which until 1939 was part of Poland.

The retired auto engineer has been under investigation for years, and in June insisted he did nothing wrong, saying: “I don’t feel guilty.”

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