Georgia man accused of war crimes

October 2, 2007

GWINNETT CTY, Ga.---A Georgia man is facing deportation after Nazi hunters accused him of serving as a prison guard and attack dog handler at concentration camps in Germany. Investigators also say the 85-year-old trained other camp guards.

Paul Henss says he is innocent of the most serious charges. "I didn't commit no crime," he said. "I didn't hurt anybody, so otherwise, I wouldn't have come to the United States."

US officials from Homeland Security are asking an Atlanta immigration judge to deport him.


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  • by Adam Location: Charlotte on Oct 2, 2007 at 08:16 PM
    What will deporting him solve? The courts are wasting time and money.
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