MUNICH — German judges heard a deceased Sobibor guard's
statements made to Soviet authorities that he remembers John Demjanjuk
from the Nazi death camp Wednesday despite defense objections.
Demjanjuk, 90, a retired Ohio autoworker, is standing trial on 28,060
counts of accessory to murder, for allegedly having been a guard at the
camp in occupied Poland. He denies ever having been a guard anywhere.
In the summarized statements from a 1949 KGB interrogation, Ignat Danilchenko said he remembered Demjanjuk from the death camp.
wore a German Waffen SS uniform, he carried German weapons, he took
part in the guarding of Jewish civilians, and he brought them to the gas
chamber," Danilchenko said, according to the summary.
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