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August 31, 1990 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-08-31

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to the hundreds of foreign
correspondents and televi-
sion crews who have rushed
to the town to be on hand for
developments.
But the hotel owners ex-
press concern about the
possible effects of the conti-
nuing crisis on winter
charter tourism from nor-
thern Europe.

U.S. Pursues
Camp Guard

New York (JTA) — The
Justice Department has
begun proceedings to revoke
the citizenship of a New
Jersey man charged with
wartime crimes that include
the killing of several concen-
tration camp prisoners and
the supervision of other kill-
ings.
The government charges
that Sergis Hutyrczyk of
Somerset, N.J., was a mem-
ber of the auxiliary police in
Baranowicze (Baranovichi),
Byelorussia, and that he was
an armed guard at the
Koldyczewo concentration
camp during World War II.
Mr. Hutyrczyk is said to
have been known as the
"black commander" in the
concentration camp.
The government com-
plaint, filed last week in the
federal district court in
Newark, alleges that from
about January 1942 to May
1945, Mr. Hutyrczyk served
in the Byelorussian Schutz-
mannschaft, a local police
force controlled by the Nazis.
The complaint, filed by the
Justice Department's Office
of Special Investigations
(OSI) and the U.S. district
attorney, also charges that
Hutyrczyk actively par-
ticipated in killing Jews in
and around Baranowicze,
and that he assisted in
persecuting civilians on the
basis of race, religion, polit-
ical opinion or national
origin.
"Hutyrczyk concealed and
misrepresented his wartime
activities from immigration
and naturalization au-
thorities," Neal Sher, direc-
tor of OSI, said in a state-
ment from Washington.
"Because of his wartime ac-
tivities and postwar lies,
Hutyrczyk's citizenship
must be revoked."
Mr. Hutyrczyk said he did
not know what the Schutz-
mannschaft was and denied
he had been a guard.
He admitted having been
at the Koldyczewo camp, but
described it as a military
training camp. He said he
had been in a "self-defense
unit," the First Unit, 13th
Battalion_

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