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July 10, 1992 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-10

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Ivan Polyukhovich
Will Stand Mal

Sydney, Australia (JTA) --
Ivan Polyukhovich, the first
suspect charged under
Australia's amended war
crimes statute, has been or-
dered to stand trial on two of
six murder charges brought
by the government.
But the alleged war
riminal will not face pros-
_ ecution for the mass murder
— of 850 Jews from the Ukrai-
,nian village of Serniki.
The ruling means that
\ under Australia's strict
rules of evidence, a case ex-
--ists against Mr.
Polyukhovich, 76, for the
murder of six individuals.
He will be tried for knowing
participation in the Nazi
campaign of genocide.
The order, by Magistrate
_Kelvyn Prescott, followed
the failure of Mr.
Polyukhovich's appeal
against the charges and his
efforts to get the war crimes
law declared invalid.
The 28-month-long court
procedure that has been
ongoing in Australia is akin
, 2to a preliminary hearing in a
I ) U.S. criminal case and is not
the trial per se.
— In Australia, before a trial
s ordered, the court wants to
see the prosection's
evidence, including the
witnesses, who are subject to
I, cross-examination. In other
words, it is something of a
minitrial.
Mr. Polyukhovich's actual
trial is expected to begin
later this year. But the open-
ing may depend on the
health of elderly witnesses
,) in the United States,
Europe, Israel and
---- Australia, who must repeat
in court the testimony they
gave at the lengthy com-
mittal hearings.
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Jewish leaders have not
commented on the outcome
of the hearing process,
noting that the case is now
in the hands of the courts.
But privately they say
_ they expect an "all or
I nothing" outcome. They are
glad there was enough
evidence presented to keep
= up the momentum of the war
crimes process and its public
support.
A second man charged
with war crimes, Heinrich
Wagner, 67, appeared brief-
ly in court this week to hear
charges that he murdered 20
people and participated in
the deaths of 104 others in
the Ukraine in 1942 and
1943.
Committal hearings of a

third suspect, Mikolay
Beresowsky, opened in
Adelaide.

Denaturalization
Actions Start

Washington (JTA) — The
Justice Department has
begun denaturalization pro-
ceedings against a Putnam
County, N.Y., resident
suspected of participating in
the mass murder of Jews in
Poland during World War II
as a member of the Trawniki
SS unit.
A complaint against Jack
"Jakob" Reimer, 73, was fil-
ed in U.S. District Court in
Manhattan by the Office of
Special Investigations of the
Department's criminal divi-
sion and the U.S. Attorney's
office for the Southern
District of New York.
It accuses him of willfully
concealing his Nazi ac-
tivities to gain entry into the
United States in 1952 and
obtain U.S. citizenship in
1959.
The action was immedi-
ately commended by the An-
ti-Defamation League.
"No one should be allowed
to gain the blessing and
benefits of American citizen-
ship by means of covering up
involvement in mass murder
and crimes against human-
ity," said Elliot Welles, di-
rector of the ADL's Task
Force on Nazi War
Criminals.
According to the com-
plaint, Mr. Reimer admitted
under oath to OSI attorneys
last month that he served in
the Trawniki SS unit, that
its purpose was to assist the
Nazi liquidation of Jews and
that as a member, he par-
ticipated in the destruction
of the Jewish ghettos in
Warsaw and Czestochowa in
Poland.
The OSI also alleges that
Mr. Reimer admitted par-
ticipating in a mass execu-
tion of Jews in the vicinity of
Trawniki, Poland, in 1941 or
1942 and that he personally
fired his rifle into a group of
40 to 60 Jews forced into a
mass grave.
Mr. Reimer, Ukrainian by
birth, received German
citizenship in 1944. Before
his retirement he was a res-
taurant manager and
distributor of snack foods.
The action initiated
against him was a sign that
the OK's Nazi-hunting days
are far from over despite re-
cent criticism.

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