A resolution calling for action against alleged Nazi war criminals residing in the U.S. has been unanimously adopted by the State Senate. The resolution, which was proposed by the Jewish Federation of North Jersey, calls on the U.S. Justice Department and the Immigration and Naturalization Service to act “diligently and expeditiously” on the charges against some 80 ex-Nazis. It calls on the State Department and INS to “cooperate fully in seeking evidence from foreign sources and in making foreign witnesses available for judicial action in the U.S.”
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