Lawyer: Demjanjuk could arrive in Germany Wednesday

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April 14, 2009 17:45

 
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A Munich-based lawyer for retired Ohio autoworker John Demjanjuk says his client could arrive in Germany Wednesday to face charges he served as a Nazi death camp guard during World War II. "It could be that he comes tomorrow," Guenther Maull told The Associated Press on Tuesday. Ulrich Staudigl, a spokesman for the Justice Ministry in Berlin, said Demjanjuk was expected soon. "Given the current stage of the proceedings, we expect him in the coming days," he said.

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