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Walus / World War II Nazi Criminal Charges / Citizenship Ruling #499070

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, May 30, 1978
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(Studio) Chicago federal judge's ruling that Frank Walus lied about his activities in World War II and his revocation of Walus' United States citizenship reported Walus' alleged killing of Jews in Poland in war noted.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Chicago, Illinois) Court proceedings against Walus detailed. Judge Julius J. Hoffman's ruling that Walus lied about activities as Gestapo agent when he applied for United States citizenship reported [WALUS - says judge wouldn't let him tell his story; compares it to trial in USSR .] Justice Department investigation of other suspected Nazi war criminals noted.
REPORTER: Al Johnson

Brinkley, David;
Johnson, Al

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