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June 27, 1986 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-06-27

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Detroiter Linked
To War Crimes

The U.S. Justice Department
has begun deportation proceed-.
ings against a Macomb County
resident, claiming he was a guard
at the Mauthausen concentration
camp during World War II.
The complaint, filed in Federal
District Court in Detroit, claims
that Johann Leprich, 61, of Clin-
ton Township, concealed his war-
time activities when he immig-
rated to the United States from
Romania in 1952, and thereby il-
legally procured his U.S. citizen-
ship.
Leprich was allegedly a
member of the SS Death's Head
Battalion which "engaged in the
confinement, corporal punish-
ment, torture, forced labor and
executions of tens of thousands of
prisoners," according to the com-
plaint.
"Leprich was not eligible for
immigration or naturalization,"
the complaint continued, "be-
cause his wartime activities con-
stituted assistance to the enemy
regime of Nazi Germany in the
persecution of civilians because of
their race, religion or national
origin.
"Becaus.e of his wartime activi-
_,
ties and post-war misrepresenta-
tions, (he) lacked the good moral
character required of those seek-
ing U.S. citizenship."
Michael Bernstein. and Joel
Greenberg, attorneys with the
Office of Special Investigations of
the U.S. Justice Department, in-
vestigated and will prosecute the
case.

Parents .Blast
Travel Tax
On Israelis

Toronto (JTA) — The parents
of young Americans and Cana-
dians who have immigrated to
Israel are demanding that their
children not be required to pay
the travel tax levied on all
Israeli citizens who travel
abroad. A resolution demanding
that "plim travelling on visits to
their families be exempt from
this tax" was adopted last Mon-
day by the 180 delegates atten-
ding the three day conference
here of the Association of
Parents of North American
Israelis.
Norman Moscowitz, a
delegate from Albany, N.Y.,
warned that "If nothing is done
about the tax, the money will
come out of our United Jewish
Appeal donations."
Moscowitz expressed the
strong feelings of the parents
when he declared, "We are not
a bottomless pit of money. Our
children's visits from Israel are
a high priority. We can't pay so
much and we certainly don't ex-
pect our children to pay."
The tax, a consequence of
Israel's foreign currency drain,
is currently US $100 per capita,
including minor children. The
Knesset is considering raising it
to US $200 for the peak summer
travel season. Last summer, it
was US $300.

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