Suspected Nazi war criminals in deportation limbo reap rewards of freedom in US
At least four of ten suspected Nazi war criminals the United States ordered be deported continue to reside on American soil and, in part because no other country is willing to claim them, remain eligible for Social Security and other public benefits.Full Story
#1 Jul 31, 2013
Should not the U.S.A. pay at least some form of compensation to their victims for sheltering these war criminals for so many years?
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