Jakiw Palij, a former Nazi-SS-work to guard the camp, was deported to Germany, the White house announced Tuesday morning.
A former Nazi-SS-labour camp guard was deported from his home in Queens, New York, the White house announced in a statement early Tuesday morning.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents implemented in 2004 a deportation order against Jakiw Palij, who immigrated to the United States in the year 1949 and is a citizen in 1957, was to read after the concealment of his Nazi background, the statement said.
Palij allowed justice officials in 2003, he trained at the Nazi camp in occupied Poland, and he served as an armed guard on the adjacent labor camp Trawniki, where around 6,000 Jews were shot, according to the statement.
The 95-year-old U.S. citizen in 2003, was deprived of a Federal judge, and he was ordered to be deported a year later. His appeal was rejected in 2005.
“Through extensive negotiations, the President of Trump and his team Palij secured the deportation to Germany and the United States advanced a concerted effort to read with one of the most important European allies,” the statement.
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