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November 18, 1988 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-18

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Court Says
Deport Ex-Nazi

New York (JTA) — Deporta-
tion and denaturalization
proceedings have been
brought in several U.S. courts
against four alleged former
Nazis who served together in
a Nazi killing unit in Latvia.
On Nov. 1, the U.S. Im-
migration Court in Chicago
gave the Justice Depart-
ment's Office of Special In-
vestigations an order of
deportation against Konrad
Kalejs, who allegedly served
in the Arajs Kommando, a
Latvian execution squad.
Judge Anthony Petrone
issued a lengthy decision ad-
judging Kalejs deportable,
based on proof submitted by
OSI that he was an officer
and a company commander of
the Arajs Kommando in Riga.
Kalejs was reportedly also a
commander of the guards at
Salaspils, the largest concen-
tration camp in all of Latvia,
as well as the camp at
Porkhov, in Russia.
OSI also has cases pending
against three others, who it
says served with Kalejs in the
Arajs Kommando. They are
Edgars Inde, of Minneapolis,
Mikelis Kirsteins, a resident
of Syracuse, and Valdis
Didrichsons, who lives in
Seattle.
Court papers filed in
Federal District Court in
Minneapolis last Wednesday
say Inde, 79, a long-time resi-
dent of Minneapolis, was
hired by the U.S. Army's
Military Labor Service in
West Germany as a civilian
guard in 1947 and worked for
the American Army until
1949, when he immigrated to
this country.
The denaturalization suit
filed by OSI Aug. 22 is the
department's first step in try-
ing to strip Inde of his citizen-
ship. If successful, pro-
ceedings would begin to
deport Inde from this country.

Swiss Council
Rescinds Permit

Geneva (JTA) — The town
council of Winterthur, a town
near Zurich, has rescinded a
police permit granting a neo-
Nazi group the right to hold
a demonstration there last
Saturday.
The council announced the
previously authorized torch-
light parade will be prohib-
ited because of a spate of anti-
Semitic graffiti around town.
The police had also granted
an anti-Nazi group permis-
sion to hold a counter
demonstration.

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