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December 14, 1979 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-12-14

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32 Friday, December 14, 1919

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Alleged War Criminal Served With Denaturalization de Papers

NEW YORK (JTA) — Al-
leged Nazi war criminal
Tscherim Soobzokov was
served last week with de-
naturalization papers by
the U.S. Attorney's Office in
Newark and the Justice De-
partment's Office of Special
Investigations.

A resident of Paterson,
N.J.. Soobzokov, 61, is chief
inspector of the purchasing
department of Passaic
County. He is accused of
having committed war
crimes during the years
1942-1945 after he went
over to the Nazis when they

irvaded his home region of
Krasnodar in the Trans-
Caucasus region of Russia.
Upon entry into the U.S.
from Amman, Jordan in
1955, he swore on his visa
application that he "was
with the German army"
from 1942 to 1945. In 1977,

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Soobzokov brought libel
suits of over $10 million
against Howard Blum,
author of "Wanted! The
Search of Nazis in
America," the New York
Times, the Times' book sub-
sidiary and the Literary
Guild.

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tion cases against alleged
bring the total. of active
naturalization and deporta- Nazi war criminals to 16.

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Soobzokov served in
the North Caucasus
Region created by the
Nazis. He is charged with
having been a member of
a punitive unit that
joined the German army
and SS in various killing
operations, but he denies
this.

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According to the Berlin
Documentation Center, on
Jan. 4,1945, Soobzokov was
assigned to a unit of the
Waffen-SS as an
Obersturmfuehrer or 1st Lt.
Before that date "It can be
assumed that . . . (he) per-
formed services with organ-
izations such as SS-
Bandenkampfvergaende,
SS-Einsatzgruppen or simi-
lar irregular forces," a Be-
rlin Documentation Center
analysis states.
Articles by Nazi war
crimes authority Charles R.
Allen, Jr., in the December
1977 and March 1978 issues
of Jewish Currents and by
investigative reporter Herb
Jaffe in a Newark Star-
Ledger series in March,
April and May 1978,
documented Soobzokov's
Nazi past and also his em-
ployment by American in-
telligence agencies.

Government sources
credited both the Allen
articles and Jaffe's series
with having a great im-
pact on the decision to
file denaturalization
papers against Soob-
zokov.

Another alleged Nazi war
criminal against whom the
government filed de-
naturalization papers last
month may also have been
used by U.S. intelligence
agencies.
Allen says that Karl Lin-
nas, of Greenlawn, N.Y.,
has been active in political
emigre groups such as the
Assembly of Captive Na-
tions which has been linked
with U.S. intelligence oper-
ations.
Linnas is the subject of a
Freedom of Information Act
request by Allen to ascer-
tain if he is one of the 44
alleged Nazi war criminals
the FBI admitted utilizing
or contacting.

In a March 1978 report,
the General Accounting
Office of the House of
Representatives said that
the CIA admitted con-
tacting at least 22 ac-
cused Nazi war criminals
and employing at least 16.
The FBI admitted having

"contacted" 44 alleged Nazi
war criminals and having
employed seven. Allen says
he has documented evi-
dence that at least 149 Nazi
war criminals have been
utilized by U.S. intelligence
agencies.
The suits against Soob-
zokov and Linnas and suits
against Wolodimir Osidach
of Philadelphia and Bohan
Kozly, of Fort Lauderdale,
Fla., also filed last month,

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