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June 14, 1974 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-06-14

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
10—Friday, June 14, 1974

INS Lets Alleged War Criminals Live Freely —Rep. Ilohzman

(Continued from Page 1)

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ered offensive or because he
is purportedly a war crimi-
nal."

Chapman also reported that
the alleged statement attrib-
uted to a former Lithuanian
prelate forbidding church sup-
port to Jews in jeopardy
"does not indicate in any way
that he was involved in war
crimes or atrocities." In the
case of another on the list
who was alleged to have mur-
dered a Jewish school teach-
er, that person was reported
in Chapman's reply to have
died in 1964 in Cicero, Ill.
Chapman did not explain why
that person who Mrs. Holtz-
man said was wanted by the
West German government

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hadn't been deported prior
to 1964.
Pointing out that Commis-
sioner Chapman "confirms
that INS has never contacted
West Germany" or "in the
last 15 years, any other coun-
try for that purpose of de-
porting or extraditing And-
rija Artukovic," Mrs. Holtz-
man said that Artukovic,. the
Croatian minister of interior
under the Nazis, had been
under a deportation order for
more than 20 years.
Mrs. Holtzman also noted
that Chapman said no extra-
dition treaties exist with Iron
Curtain countries. "In fact,
she said, "there are treaties
in force with Poland, Yugo-
slavia, Romania and Hun-
gary.
"Something is clearly awry
with INS investigating pro-
cedures if, as the INS mem-
orandum shows, it took six
months to discover that Jo-
seph -Matukas had been dead
for 10 years," she said.
Pointing out that INS
claims it cannot contact the
Soviet Union for inforrhation
on individuals from the Baltic
countries because the U. S.
does not recognize the Soviet
Union's takeover of them,
Mrs. Holtzman • posed the
question to INS: "How, then,
does it explain handing over
the Lithuanian seaman, Si-
mas Kurdika to the Soviet
Union?"

She said her assertion that
INS has not yet directly con-
tacted official or document-
ary sources in Israel is not
"challenged" and that it is
"only now" that INS is mak-
ing "efforts to establish liai-
son" with two government
sources in Israel.
INS Accused by ADL
of Dragging Out Probe
NEW YORK—On the heels
of the Immigration and Nat-
uralization Service's state-
ment that it is investigating
37 persons charged with hav-
ing been Nazi war criminals,
the Anti-Defamation League
of Bnai Brith called for a
congressional investigation of
the INS' "more than 25-iyear
record of procrastination and
indecisiveness."
Listed are the following as
being "among the most noto-
rious cases of investigative
foot-dragging by the INS:
Andrija Artukovic, 75, now
of Surfside, Calif., alleged
minister of interior of Croa-
tia, in the United States since
1950, accused of participation
in the mass murders of Jews,
gypsies, Serbs and others;
Bishop Valerian - Trifa, 60, of
Grass Lake, Mich., head of
the Romanian Orthodox Epis-
copate of America, in the
United States since -1950 and
a naturalized citizen since
1957, accused of instigating
anti-Jewish massacres and
riots in Romania in 1941;
Settlers Near Nablus Vincentas Brizgys or Brizois,
70, a former church function-
Evacuated by Troops ary in Kaunas, Lithuania,
JERUSALEM (JTA) — Is- accused of aiding and abet-
raeli troops forcibly evacu- ting murder of Lithuanian
ated several dozen Jewish Jews during the Nazi occu-
squatters from the campsite
they established near the
West Bank -Arab town of Na-
blus.
The group, including worn-
en and children and several
opposition. Knesset members
who had joined their was
placed aboard trucks and
taken to the Shneller Camp
in Jerusalem._ Later they
were released and sent to
their homes.

pation and now a naturalized
U. S. citizen.
Also, brothers Serghi and
Mikolai Kowalczuk, 54 and
49 respectively, of Philadel-
phia, alleged Nazi policemen
accused of participating in
mass murders in the Ukraine,
now naturalized ,American
citizens; Karl Linnas, 54, of
Greenland, L.I., accused in
the slaughter of Estonian
Jews; and Boleslaw Maikovs-
lis, 70, of Mineola, L.I., an
alleged official in Latvia.
tried and convicted of war
crimes in that land.
The ADL called for the con-
gressional invesigation in let-
ters to Congressman Peter
Rodino, chairman of the
House Judiciary Committee;
Congressman Joshua Eil-
berg, chairman of the House
subcommittee on immigra-
tion and naturalization; and

Sen. James 0. Eastland,
chairman of the Senate Ju-
diciary Committee and of
the Senate subcommittee on
immigration and naturaliza-
tion.

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