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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-09-05

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West Germany Refused
Extradition Request

New York (JTA) — West
Germany refused to ask for
the extradition of a wartime
killer of a four-year-old Jewish
child despite an American re-
qu€ st that it do so, an official
of the U.S. Holocaust
Memorial Council disclosed
last week.
Moreover, Justice Depart-
ment documents show that
the West German govern-
ment refused the request
although it agreed with
American authorities that
the child had indeed been
murdered by the accused
individual.
Kalman Sultanik, a vice
president of the World Jewish
Congress and chairman of the
Memorial Council's Commit-
tee on Anti-Semitism, releas-
ed the Justice Department's
documents. The documents —
which it had obtained under
the Freedom of Information
Act — reveal that in 1982 the
Justice Department has
asked the West German
government to extradite and
prosecute Bohdan Koziy, who
had been stripped of
American citizenship which
he had obtained after conceal-
ing his war-time criminal
activities.

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Friday, September 5, 1986

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Koziy had taken part in
various anti-Jewish actions
during the war as a member
of the Ukrainian police, which
operated under German
direction.
In 1949 Koziy came to the
United States under the
Displaced Persons Act and
became a naturalized citizen
in 1956. The Justice Depart-
ment's Office of Special In-
vestigations (OSI) filed a
complaint seeking his denat-
uralization in 1979, and,
following a trial in the federal
district court in West Palm
Beach, Florida, the court on
March 29, 1982 issued its
decision revoking the citizen-
ship of Koziy.
Following the German re-
fusal to request extradition,
the Justice Department ob-
tained a court order of depor-
tation against Koziy and in
June 1984 the United States
District Court awarded to the
government almost $19,000
in costs to be paid by the
defendant.
During the past summer,
Koziy escaped to Costa Rica
where he is reportedly living
in a luxurious hacienda and
operating a coffee plantation.

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Stevenson to resign and seek
election as a third party can-
didate. During the trial,
Judge Morris rIbpol denied
Hart's motion for a change of
venue which she had sought
because `Ttpol is Jewish.
Following two hours of
deliberation, a jury returned
a guilty verdict against Hart
and she was fined $500, the
maximum for such a convic-
tion. Her attorney stated she
might appeal and claimed she
was exercising her right to
freedom of speech.

Nearing
Completion

Jerusalem (JTA) — The
Director-General of the
Foreign Ministry, David Kim-
che, and the Ministry's Legal
Adviser, Robby Sabel, left for
Cairo last week for a meeting
with Ismet Abdul Meguid,
Egypt's Foreign Miniter.
The purpose of the visit is
to complete the prepara-
tions toward signing the 'Paba
compromise," according to
political sources in Jeru-
salem. An agreement on pro-
cedures for submitting the
boundary over the dispute
over Taba to a panel of inter-
national arbitrators was con-
cluded by Israel and Egypt
But the two countries have
not yet agreed on who will be
the arbitrators.

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