Son says US has ordered Demjanjuk to surrender

May 9, 2009 00:22

Immigration agents served suspected Nazi guard John Demjanjuk on Friday with a notice to surrender to an immigration office in Cleveland, his son said. Demjanjuk, of Seven Hills in suburban Cleveland, faces deportation to Germany. An arrest warrant in Munich accuses him of 29,000 counts of accessory to murder at a death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland during World War II. The notice was served one day after the US Supreme Court declined to hear the 89-year-old suspect's appeal to stop the deportation.

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