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October 28, 2002
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A U.S. immigration judge ordered the deportation of a New York man who served as a guard at two SS slave-labor camps. Mykola Wasylyk, 79, was ordered deported to Ukraine after the U.S. Justice Department’s Nazi-hunting unit, the Office of Special Investigations, proved that he had participated in Nazi-led persecution at the Trawniki and Budzyn camps in 1943.

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