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February 10, 1984 - Image 28

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-02-10

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28 Friday, February 10, 1984

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Search for New Home Continues
16 Months After Trifa Deportation

NEW YORK — Ar-
chbishop Valerian Trifa,
who has admitted to mem-
bership in a pro-Nazi group
in Romania during World
War II and to lying about
his past upon entering the
United States in 1950, is
still searching for a place to
live following his October
1982 deportation agree-
ment with the U.S. govern-
ment, the New York Times
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Trifa, Archbishop of the
Romanian Orthodox
Church which is headquar-
tered in Grass Lake, Mich.,
was ordered deported after
admitting that he was a
member of the Legionary
Movement, an offshoot of
the Romanian Iron Guard
group which conspired with
the Nazis in the 1940s. The
archbishop also pleaded
guilty to editing an anti-
Jewish newspaper and giv-
ing pro-Nazi speeches, but
told the federal district
court in Detroit that he had
no role in an attack against
Jews in Bucharest in 1941
in which hundreds were kil-
led.
Trifa was originally given
60 days to leave the United
States, but has yet to find a
country that will accept
him. Late last year, U.S. of-
ficials announced that if the
archbishop failed to find a
new home by Oct. 7, 1984,
two years from the date of
the initial action, they
would intervene in an effort
to speed his departure.
Trifa, who denied he
took part in any actions
against the Jews during
World War II throughout
the Times story, prom-
ised revenge for the gov-
ernment's decision.
"I am a man," the ar-
chbishop said to Howard
Blum of the Times, "who
happened to get put in a
moment of history when
some people wanted to
make a point. The point was
to revive the Holocaust. But
all this talk by the Jews
about the Holocaust is going
to backfire."
Pressed to explain by
Blum, he said, his hands
waving, "All I will say is
backfire, be it legislative or
whatever, against the
Jews," he added.
What did the legislative
or whatever, against the
Jews," he added.
What did the Archbishop
mean by "whatever," the
Times asked?
"I don't want you to say
Bishop Trifa is saying
people will kill Jews be-
cause of what was done
to him. No sir. I am just
saying 'whatever.' That
something will be done.
The interest in the
Holocaust will backfire."
As for the deaths of six
million European Jews in
World War II, the Ar-
chbishop said: "I don't know
if they were killed or not. I
was not in Germany or Po-
land. I didn't see any
bodies."
"However," he quickly
added, "I do know that not a
single Jew was killed in
Romania. At least not be-

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