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September 18, 1981 - Image 12

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-09-18

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12 Friday, September .18, 19131

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MIAMI (JTA) — A former
Ukrainian who the U.S.
government says lied about
his pro-Nazi activities to ob-
tain U.S. citizenship in 1956
went on trial Tuesday in
West Palm Beach.
The government claims
that Behdan Kozly, 58, who
is now a manager of a hotel
in Fort Lauderdale, wore a
Nazi uniform in occupied
Poland from 1942 to 1944
and killed at least eight
Jews, including children.
Kozly, in pre-trial deposi-
tio,ns, said he was a Ukra-

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fought Germans and Rus-
sians in the closing year of
the war. He contends that
the charges against him are
fabricated by the Soviet
secret police.
Kozly is not on trial for
his alleged crimes, but
U.S. District Court Judge
James Paine will decide
if his citizenship should
be revoked: According to
the government, Kozly's
war record shows he'
"lacked the good moral
character required for
naturalization."
Government lawyers
travelled to Poland and the
Soviet Union twice this year
to interview witnesses of
Kozly's alleged war crimes
and videotaped their tes-
timony. These videotapes
will be used in his trial.

Trifa Appeals
His Renunciation

The Office of Special In-
vestigations of the Justice
Department announced
that Romanian Orthodox
Archbishop Valerian Trifa
had filed an appeal against
his voluntary renunciation
of citizenship and that a
hearing on that appeal
would begin in the Sixth
Circuit Court of Appeals in
Cincinnati on Oct. 9.
Trifa was indicted in 1975
on charges of concealing his
ties to the fascist Romanian
Iron Guard when he entered
the United States and when
he became an American
citizen in the 1950s.

Ex-SS Official Is Tried

BONN (JTA) — A former
SS official accused of-com-
plicity in deportation and
murder of Romanian Jews
during World War II has
'gone on trial in
Frankenthal.
According to the state
prosecutor, Gustav Richter,
69, contributed to the "final
solution" when he served as
an aide to the official re-
sponsible for the "Jewish
question" in Roma-ilia.
According to the prosecu-
tion, the Reich Foreign
Ministry assigned Richter
to Bucharest in- August
1942 to convince the Roma-
nian authorities to accept a
plan that would treat
Romanian Jews in the same
manner as Jews were
treated in Germany.
As a result of Richter's ac-
tivities, two transports were
organized and a total of
1,323 Romanian Jews were
rounded up and deported in
September 1942. Of this
group, 646 perished in. Au-
schwitz.

Richter, who joined the
Nazi party in 1934 and be-
longed to the SS, was taken
prisoner by the Russians in
1944 and sentenced to 25
years imprisonment. But he
was freed in 1955 and re-
turned to West Germany.

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