A U.S. judge ordered the deportation of a Wisconsin man who acknowledged his past as an SS death camp guard. Josias Kumpf was stripped of his citizenship in 2005 after it was established that he concealed his SS past when emigrating from Austria to the United States in 1956. Last year, U.S. authorities launched deportation proceedings against him, and immigration judge Jennie Giambastiani issued the order Jan. 3.
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