SOURCE: The Washington Post
Some — but not all — communities did it themselves first. Why?
A federal judge found that Jakiw Palij had falsely claimed in his visa application that he had worked on his father’s farm in Poland and at a German factory during the period when he was actually serving the Nazis at the Trawniki labor camp in occupied Poland.
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