The idiotic headline is completely misleading. It's quite apparent from the article that this could very well be a case of mistaken identity--again--as it was in Israel.
From the article....
"But when asked to identify Demjanjuk in the courtroom, he [Nagorny] could not.
Nagorny walked over to the bed where Demjanjuk lay and looked at him closely. When Demjanjuk removed the sunglasses that he was wearing, Nagorny said quickly: "That's definitely not him - no resemblance."
Demjanjuk has already been the victim of mistaken identify once, when he was tried in the 1980s in Israel on accusations he was the notoriously brutal guard "Ivan the Terrible" at the Treblinka extermination camp.
His conviction and death sentence were overturned when it was determined someone else was that guard.
Nagorny did not recognize a picture of Demjanjuk from the Israel trial.
He also called into question a key piece of evidence - a Trawniki identity card that prosecutors say has a picture of Demjanjuk on it, and indicates he worked at Sobibor.
Nagorny testified that in the final days of the war he was with Demjanjuk and other Trawniki guards, and that they destroyed their cards before being taken prisoner by the Americans.
"Some burned them and some threw them away," he told the court. "I burned my ID card."
The defense has claimed the card is a postwar forgery by the Soviets.
Nagorny's testimony shows that "it couldn't have been found by the Russians in Trawniki" as has been claimed, defense attorney Ulrich Busch told the AP."
This testimony supports the defense's argument that Ivan Demjanjuk of Cleveland, Ohio, USA was never a guard --and never at Sobibor.
This is all the more reason to presume John Demjanjuk of Cleveland, Ohio to be innocent unless proven guilty beyond a shadow of a doubt.