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High court asked to stop deportation

WASHINGTON, May 6 (UPI) -- The U.S. Supreme Court was asked Wednesday to stop the deportation of an ailing accused World War II Nazi death camp guard who faces trial in Germany.

Appeals court to decide Demjanjuk fate

CINCINNATI, April 25 (UPI) -- Attorneys for accused Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk say he is too old and frail to travel from Ohio to Germany to stand trial.

Demjanjuk deportation still on hold

CLEVELAND, April 16 (UPI) -- U.S. immigration officials Thursday denied John Demjanjuk's bid to live out his days in Ohio while a federal court considered whether to block his deportation.

Prosecutors of Nazis have more targets

LUDWIGSBURG, Germany, April 15 (UPI) -- German prosecutors say they are building cases against four men who, like John Demjanjuk, emigrated to the United States after World War II.

Appeals court stops Demjanjuk extradition

CLEVELAND, April 14 (UPI) -- Suspected war criminal John Demjanjuk was taken from his Cleveland-area home Tuesday but released a few hours later after a court blocked his deportation.

Alleged Nazi loses deportation appeal

SEVEN HILLS, Ohio, April 10 (UPI) -- A U.S. immigration appeals board denied an emergency stay of deportation for a man who allegedly served as a guard at a Nazi death camp.

Accused WWII war criminal ordered out

CLEVELAND, April 6 (UPI) -- A U.S. immigration judge reversed himself Monday, ruling an accused World War II war criminal from Cleveland should be deported to Germany.

Judge orders halt to Demjanjuk deportation

ARLINGTON, Va., April 4 (UPI) -- A U.S. immigration judge says accused Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk can stay in Ohio for now, halting his deportation to Germany.

Demjanjuk to be deported during weekend

CLEVELAND, April 3 (UPI) -- The Cleveland-area man accused of helping to kill 29,000 people at a Nazi death camp in Poland will be deported to Germany this weekend, officials said.

U.S. to deport former Nazi guard

WASHINGTON, April 2 (UPI) -- Former Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk will be deported from the United States to Germany this weekend, a German official said Thursday.

Demjanjuk deportation appears nearing

CLEVELAND, March 25 (UPI) -- Accused World War II Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk appears closer to being deported from the United States to Germany, observers say.

Demjanjuk charged in Nazi camp deaths

MUNICH, Germany, March 12 (UPI) -- German prosecutors have charged 88-year-old retired Ohio autoworker John Demjanjuk with complicity in the deaths of 29,000 Jews at a Nazi concentration camp.

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John Demjanjuk (born Ivan Mykolaiovych Demianiuk; Ukrainian: Іван Миколайович Дем'янюк; April 3, 1920) is a retired auto worker and former United States citizen, who gained notoriety after being accused numerous times of Holocaust-related war crimes. On 12 May 2011, Demjanjuk, then 91, was convicted by a German court of complicity in the murder of over 28,000 Jews whilst serving at Sobibor, and was sentenced to 5 years in jail. However, the court ordered him released pending appeal. He is now living free, in a German nursing home.

Born in the Ukrainian SSR during the Polish–Soviet War (when territories in Ukraine quickly changed hands), Demjanjuk migrated to the United States in 1952. He was deported to Israel in 1986 and later sentenced to death there in 1988 for war crimes, based on his identification by Israeli Holocaust survivors as "Ivan the Terrible", a notorious prisoner/guard (KAPO) at the Treblinka and Sobibor extermination camps during the period 1942–1943 who committed murder and acts of extraordinarily savage violence against camp prisoners. In a case of mistaken identity, his conviction for crimes against humanity was later overturned by the Israeli Supreme Court in 1993 due to a finding of reasonable doubt based on evidence suggesting that Demjanjuk was not "Ivan the Terrible" and had, in fact, been a guard at camps besides the one at Treblinka. After the trial, he was returned to Cleveland, Ohio. He eventually moved to nearby Seven Hills, Ohio.

Demjanjuk was put on trial again in 2001 on charges that he had served as a guard at the Sobibór and Majdanek camps in occupied Poland and at the Flossenbürg camp in Germany. His deportation was again ordered in 2005, but he remained in the United States after exhausting his appeals in 2008 as no country initially agreed to accept him. On April 2, 2009, it was announced that Demjanjuk would be deported to Germany and would face trial there on charges of accessory to 29,000 counts of murder. On April 3, 2009, a judge ordered that Demjanjuk be given a temporary stay, pending a judicial decision on his newly filed (April 2) motion to reopen his deportation order, on the ground that deporting him would amount to torture under the applicable international convention. The stay was overturned on April 6.

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