The top U.S. immigration board rejected John Demjanjuk’s appeal against deportation. The Dec. 21 decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals upheld the chief immigration judge’s 2005 deportation order against Demjanjuk, a former Nazi death camp guard. That judge rejected as baseless Demjanjuk’s claims that he would be tortured if returned to his native Ukraine, and that no other country would accept him.
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