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    Accused Nazi criminal John Demjanjuk wears sunglasses as he arrives for his trial at a court room prior to the assumed verdict on May 12, 2011 in Munich, Germany. Demjanjuk, 91, had been extradited to Germany after living for years in the U.S. to face trial on accusations that he was a guard at the notorious death camp of Sobibor in Poland where up to 250,000 Jews died during World War II. Demjanjuk was born in Ukraine and served in the Russian Army during the war before he was captured by the Nazis, and prosecutors claim he agreed to serve as a Sobibor guard. Demjanjuk has always claimed his innocence, saying he was never at Sobibor, Treblinka or Trawniki. (Photo by Johannes Simon/Getty Images)


    Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




    Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




    Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




    Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




    Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




    Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




    Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial


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Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial


Accused Nazi criminal John Demjanjuk wears sunglasses as he arrives for his trial at a court room prior to the assumed verdict on May 12, 2011 in Munich, Germany. Demjanjuk, 91, had been extradited to Germany after living for years in the U.S. to face trial on accusations that he was a guard at the notorious death camp of Sobibor in Poland where up to 250,000 Jews died during World War II. Demjanjuk was born in Ukraine and served in the Russian Army during the war before he was captured by the Nazis, and prosecutors claim he agreed to serve as a Sobibor guard. Demjanjuk has always claimed his innocence, saying he was never at Sobibor, Treblinka or Trawniki. (Photo by Johannes Simon/Getty Images)


Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial




Court To Announce Verdict In Demjanjuk Trial


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