Michigan Man, 88, Investigated by Poland for Alleged Nazi War Crimes





At age 88, John Kalymon is a man stuck in the past.

He lost his U.S. citizenship two years ago after the government said he shot Jews while working in a Nazi-controlled police unit during World War II. Now, Poland is conducting a criminal investigation into what happened nearly 70 years ago in a town called L'viv.

The Justice Department has agreed to help Poland by questioning Kalymon about murder, death camps and other atrocities against Jews that occurred there in 1942.



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