AP file photo



AP file photo
RETURNING TO AMERICA: John Demjanjuk, the former Cleveland-area autoworker acquitted of Nazi war crimes, right, ate breakfast with Rep. James Traficant aboard a jetliner bound for New York in 1993. Demjanjuk, who had been jailed in Israel for seven years, was leaving the country after Israeli officials granted him permission to leave. Today, a federal judge revoked his U.S. citizenship.

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