War Crimes

No Place to Hide A death camp boss is sent home

With a coat draped over his cuffed hands, the tired-looking man with the Santa Claus beard and soft hat slipped away from his escorts for a moment and lunged toward a crowd of reporters. "What they are doing right now," shouted Karl Linnas, "is murder and kidnaping!" Before he could say more, American immigration officers hustled the 67-year-old Long Island resident into an office at New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport. About two hours later Linnas was driven out onto the tarmac and led up a ramp to an Ilyushin Il-62M airliner bound for Prague. Officials from the Soviet...

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