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August 17, 1984 - Image 7

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-17

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Friday, August 17, 1984 7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

NEWS

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Reaction to Trifa

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. About the life of Rabbi Yakov
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cause, Portuguese officials
claimed, there was no indi-
cation that he was a war
criminal or that the United
States had ordered him de-
ported.
,Neal Sher, director of the
OSI, said the OSI presently
has 35 cases in litigation
and is investigating some
300 others.
The 70-year-old Trifa
entered the United States in
July 17, 1950, and was
naturaliied on May 13,
1957. In May 1975, theU.S.
began . denaturalization
proceedings against him in
Detroit. But in September
1980, on the eve of trial he
surrendered his certificate
of naturalization.
The OSI then instituted
deportation proceedings.
The trial began on Oct. 4,
1982, but after three days of
testimony establishing Tri-
fa'•role in the anti-Semitic
persecution of Romanian
Jews by the Iron Guard,
Trifa agreed to deportation.
Sher explained that in an
agreement with him Trifa
was given two years to find
a country to go to and if he
could not do so by October
1984, he would be deported
to Romania.

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from the United States in
October 1982 for his war-
time crimes, left the U.S.
Monday for Portugal.
Stephen Trott, assistant at-
torney general in the Jus-
tice Department's criminal
division, said, in announc-
ing Trifa's departure from
the U.S., that the archbi-
ship will not be allowed to
re-enter the country.
Trott noted that Trifa's
\ departure ended nine years
of legal efforts by the OSI to
first strip Trifa of his citi-
zenship because he entered
the U.S. in 1950 after lying
about his Nazi past and
then to deport him.
The American Jewish
Committee also expressed
gratification over Trifa's
expulsion.
The Simon Wiesenthal
Center in Los. Angeles
termed the OSI's "persever-
ance" in the Trifa case " a
fine example of the frustrat-
ing, arduous and expensive
process of denaturalization
and deportation which the
OSI has been forced to fol-
low in order to remove this
criminal, and others like
him, from our society."
The center also
applauded the efforts of Dr.
Charles Kremer of New
York, "who, as a private
citizen of thii country, but
who is of Romanian origin,
has pursued the Trifa case
for over two decades to
ensure that the world never
forgets its responsibilities of
the victims of the
Holocaust."
In Lisbon, Portuguese of-
ficials said that Trifa, who
had been the spiritual
leader to about 35,000
members, of the Romanian
American Orthodox Church
in Grass Lake, Mich., had
applied about a year ago for
permission to live in re-
tirement in Portugal as a
stateless person. It was ap-
proved last December be-

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