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February 28, 1986 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-02-28

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nia Medical Center since his
arrest in November, 1984, on
the second of two extradition
requests from Yugoslavia.
Artukovic has lived in Califor-
nia since entering the U.S. in
1948, through the use of fraud-
ulent documents, according to
the Justice Department's Office
of Special Invesgitations. His
deportation was ordered in
• 1952, at the same time Yugoslav
officials were requesting his ex-
tradition for trial on 22 counts
of murder stemming from al-
leged war crimes.
Artukovic has always em-
phatically denied the charges. In
1959, a U.S. district court
turned down the extradition re-
quest, holding that there was
insufficient evidence of guilt.
That same year, the deportation
order was stayed by an immi-
gration commissioner on the
grounds that Artukovic would
be persecuted if he returned to
his native land.
In 1978, Congress amended
the Immigration Act to provide
that such stays could not be
granted to members of wartime
German governments who are
accused of atrocities. U.S. im-
migration authorities then
renewed their efforts to have
Artukovic deported and the
1959 stay was ordered revoked.
Artukovic appealed, and in
December, 1982, the U.S. 9th
Circuit Court of Appeals in Los
Angeles ruled that before the
stay could be lifted, the govern-
ment would have to prove its
cases, thus providing a signifi-
cant setback to prosecutors in
the case. To avoid a drawn-out
deportation battle, U.S. officials
reportedly encouraged the
Yugoslays to file a new extradi-
tion request.
On November 14, 1984, Artu-
- kov was arrested by U.S. Mar-
shals and local police on a new
extradition request. Among the
charges brought by the Yugos-
lav government against him are
that he commanded the exter-
mination of thousands of per-
sons, including the center
population of several villages in
early 1942.

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Its Jewish
Community

La Paz, Bolivia (JTA) — In an
impressive ceremony presided
over by the country's President,
the Bolivian government has
awarded its highest national
decoration • to the umbrella
organization of the. nation's
Jewish community, the World
Jewish Congress reported here
last week.
The award, the Condor of the
Andes, was given in honor of the
50th anniversary of the Circulo
Israelita de la Paz, the repre-
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South Africa.

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