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The Nation : 2 Alleged Nazis Leave U.S.

Two men who allegedly helped the Nazis persecute Jews and other civilians during World War II have permanently left the United States rather than face legal action, the Justice Department announced. They are the seventh and eighth alleged Nazi war criminals permanently removed by the department’s Office of Special Investigations since it was established in 1978 to track down Nazis hiding in this country. The two men were identified as Juozas Kisielaitis, 64, of Shrewsbury, Mass., a native of Lithuania who holds Canadian citizenship, and Paul Bluemel, 83, of Ocala, Fla., who left last week for West Germany.


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