The White house made the decision on deportation of the 94-year-old Nazi Akiva paly, who worked as a guard in a concentration camp Trawniki in Poland who resides today in the new York borough of Queens despite the fact that he was deprived of American citizenship twelve years ago.
About it writes on Tuesday, November 21, the News York Post.
The Department of justice intends to apply the warrant, issued in 2005, which was ordered to be deported paly in Germany, Ukraine, Russia or any other country consented to accept it.
«We fully agree that the pallium should not spend the rest of his days in this country. The Ministry of justice has been and remains committed to the cause of justice and will cooperate with colleagues from other departments with the aim of Vivartia paly outside the United States,» – said in a letter to the Deputy attorney General Stephen Boyd, addressed to the Deputy of legislative Assembly of the state of new York, Dov hikind, the long years of exile to seek the pallium.
Recall that Aciv paly was a guard at the Polish camp, where he was killed, according to the Holocaust Museum, 6. 000 Jews. In 1949 he emigrated to the United States, concealing the fact that a Nazi and member of the death camps. In 1957, he became an American citizen, and in 2005, when the truth was opened, was deprived of it. However, to deport Palia failed because Ukraine, Germany and Poland refused to accept it