Suspected Nazi war criminal deported to Germany

Jakiw Palij, 95, was arrested by Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Queens, New York, and deported to Germany by order of the Trump administration.
0:37 | 08/21/18

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A man authorities believe is the last Nazi war criminal living in the United States has been arrested and deported to Germany. President trump ordered agents to remove 95 year old your keep Ali from his home in Queens New York. A Justice Department officials say Ali who was an armed guard at a death camp in Poland and lied to the US immigration officials when he came here in 1949 saying he was a farm worker. He has denied being a Nazi collaborator. US officials say his deportation has been held up for years because of Germany's reluctance to take him back. Citing lack of evidence and citizenship questions.

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