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Local German newspaper Oberbayerisches Volksblatt on Sunday quoted attorney Ulrich Busch as saying it was his client's "greatest wish" to be buried in the U.S. where his family lives. Demjanjuk was sentenced to five years in prison, but died a free
Marijan Murat/European Pressphoto Agency A copy of his duty card from the camp in Trawniki, Poland...And for the rest of his life it hovered over a tortuous odyssey of denunciations by Nazi hunters and Holocaust survivors, of questions over his
Convicted Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk has asked Germany to provide funds for his lawsuit against the online edition of the German tabloid newspaper Bild. Demjanjuk wants some $33,000 to sue the news organization for its allegedly derogatory and
U.S. citizenship.The retired Cleveland-area auto worker had asked federal Judge Dan Aaron Polster to reconsider his earlier ruling. Polster rejected the request Friday, saying another review isn't warranted.The 91-year-old Demjanjuk was
John Demjanjuk, who was convicted last year of serving as a Nazi death camp guard, is asking for German state financial help to sue the country's biggest-selling newspaper for alleged defamation, a court said Thursday.
Search Type Choose a search type from the items below All News Yahoo! John Demjanjuk, who was convicted last year of serving as a Nazi death camp guard, is asking for German state financial help to sue the country's biggest-selling newspaper for
The government has asked a judge to reject a bid for reconsideration by convicted Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk and stick with a decision denying the retired auto worker a chance to regain his U.S. citizenship. In a filing
U.S. citizenship.The judge in Ohio ruled against Demjanjuk in December. The retired autoworker from suburban Cleveland had argued that a newly discovered document suggested an incriminating document against him was a Soviet fraud.
U.S. citizenship.Judge Dan Aaron Polster ruled Tuesday against Demjanjuk, a retired autoworker from suburban Cleveland who had argued a newly discovered document suggested an incriminating document against him was a Soviet fraud.But the
The defense for a retired auto worker convicted in Germany of Nazi war crimes told a judge Tuesday that hundreds of pages of newly released documents cast doubt on the U.S. effort to revoke his American citizenship. Attorneys for John Demjanjuk, 91,