(CLEVELAND, Oh.) -- The nation's chief immigration judge is getting closer to deciding what to do about an Ohio man stripped of his citizenship amid accusations he was a Nazi concentration camp guard.
John Demjanjuk argues that he shouldn't be deported because he could be tortured in his native Ukraine.
There's a hearing in Demjanjuk's case today in Cleveland. Demjanjuk is 85.
The former auto worker lives a secluded life in a Cleveland suburb and is said to be in poor health.
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