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It's actually somewhat shameful that it took 14 years to deport this guy.

The American public did not become fully aware until the 1970s that thousands of Nazi persecutors had gone to the US after WWII. Some estimates say 10,000 may have made the US their home after the war.

Since then, the Justice Department has initiated legal proceedings against 137 suspected Nazis, with about half, 67, being removed by deportation, extradition or voluntary departure.

And let's give that little toadie, Jeff Sessions, a little credit. Just a little.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement on Tuesday: "The United States will never be a safe haven for those who have participated in atrocities, war crimes, and human-rights abuses."

Though I'm sure Jeffie didn't grasp the irony of such a statement coming from him (e.g. how many children did he allow to be ripped away from their parents??).
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