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November 10, 1995 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-11-10

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The complaint, filed in Chica-
go, also charges that Naujalis
gave false testimony and con-
cealed his wartime activities
when applying to immigrate to
the United States in 1949.
The move comes as a Lithuan-
ian prosecutor announced that
two officials from Canada's Jus-
tice Department will go to the
Baltic nation to collect evidence
against four accused Nazi war
criminals.
The Canadian officials, from
the department's Crimes Against
Humanity and War Crimes Sec-
tion, will go to the Lithuanian
capital of Vilnius next month to
look at archives in connection
with four Lithuanian emigres in
Canada, Aristidas Pestininkas,
Lithuania's prosecutor in charge
of war crimes, was quoted as say-
ing.
The prosecutor added that his
department would cooperate with
Canadian and U.S. officials.
However, Lithuania appears
to be putting aside the possible
extradition of at least one man in
the United States accused of war
crimes.
The Lithuanian government
said in a cable filed in U.S. Dis-
trict Court that even though an
extradition treaty between the
United States and Lithuania
signed in 1924 is in force, it is not
legally effective in the case of 88-
year-old Aleksandras Lileikis.
Mr. Lileikis, the former head
of the Vilnius Gestapo during
World War II, is accused of sign-
ing orders that sent as many as
40,000 Jews to Nazi death camps.
At least 55,000 Vilnius Jews
and 220,000 Lithuanian Jews
were killed during the Holocaust

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