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Nazi War Criminal Allegations / Walus / Fedorenko / Wagner #258106

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 30, 1978
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(Studio) Chicago federal judge's revoking of Frank Walus' United States citizenship on grounds that he lied to immigration officials about his past as Gestapo agent in World War II reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Chicago, Illinois) Court proceedings and arguments of government and defense attys. outlined. Chgs. against Walus noted as involving his participation in murders in Poland from 1939-43. Presence of Walus' wife and son as Judge Julius T. Hoffman strips Walus of United States citizenship. [WALUS - says trial only presented one side of case.] Indications by Walus of intention to appeal reported.
REPORTER: Robert Jordan Artist: Marcia Danits

(Studio) Beginning of trial for Feodore Fedorenko born in Ukraine and naturalized as American in 1949, on chgs. with regard to alleged atrocities at Nazi's Treblinka death camp in World War II reported Demonstrations outside Fort Lauderdale, Florida, cthse. mentioned; film shown. Witness' accusation that he killed Jewish children noted. Israel's push for extradition from Brazil of alleged Nazi war criminal Franz Gustav Wagner, arrested today in Sao Paulo, stated. Wagner's position at 2 death camps in Poland during World War II reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Jordan, Robert

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