The U.S. Dept. of Justice is trying to deport a New York man who served as a Nazi camp guard. The department’s Office of Special Investigations alleges that Mykola Wasylyk, 78, served as an armed guard at slave labor camps in Poland where thousands of Jews were incarcerated. In July, a U.S. court agreed to strip Wasylyk of his citizenship because of his World War II activities.
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