Law: Good Citizens?

A drive on war-crime suspects

Ukrainian-born Feodor Fedorenko, 73, has spent most of his 31 years in the U.S. as a Connecticut foundry worker. He has paid taxes and minded his own business, and in 1970 he became a citizen. Then, in 1978, he found himself in a courtroom in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., listening to a string of witnesses swear that during World War II he had whipped and shot Jews at the Treblinka extermination camp in Poland. The former guard was not on trial for war crimes, but for concealing his Treblinka experience...

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