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May 9, 1995 | Associated Press
Denmark has agreed to extradite an American neo-Nazi charged with being the main supplier of illegal fascist propaganda to Germany, the Justice Ministry said Monday. Gary Lauck, 41, of Lincoln, Neb., was arrested March 20 on an international arrest warrant while visiting fellow neo-Nazis in a Copenhagen suburb. German authorities accuse Lauck of distributing illegal propaganda and Nazi symbols, incitement, encouraging racial hatred and belonging to a criminal group.
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August 20, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
After being jailed in Los Angeles for six months, the founder of a worldwide network of charities agreed Monday to be extradited to Denmark, where he has been charged with tax evasion and embezzling about $10 million from one of his nonprofit organizations. Mogens Amdi Peterson, 63, leader of the Tvind organization, also known as Humana, could be returned to Denmark by the end of this week, said his Los Angeles lawyer, Robert L. Shapiro.
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August 20, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
After being jailed in Los Angeles for six months, the founder of a worldwide network of charities agreed Monday to be extradited to Denmark, where he has been charged with tax evasion and embezzling about $10 million from one of his nonprofit organizations. Mogens Amdi Peterson, 63, leader of the Tvind organization, also known as Humana, could be returned to Denmark by the end of this week, said his Los Angeles lawyer, Robert L. Shapiro.
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May 9, 1995 | Associated Press
Denmark has agreed to extradite an American neo-Nazi charged with being the main supplier of illegal fascist propaganda to Germany, the Justice Ministry said Monday. Gary Lauck, 41, of Lincoln, Neb., was arrested March 20 on an international arrest warrant while visiting fellow neo-Nazis in a Copenhagen suburb. German authorities accuse Lauck of distributing illegal propaganda and Nazi symbols, incitement, encouraging racial hatred and belonging to a criminal group.
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March 29, 2002 | From Times Wire Reports
A Los Angeles federal judge denied bail Thursday to the founder of an international charitable organization who is facing extradition to Denmark on charges of embezzlement and tax fraud. U.S. District Judge Nora Manella said Mogens Amdi Peterson, 63, was a serious flight risk and ordered that he remain behind bars pending an extradition hearing. Peterson was arrested last month at Los Angeles International Airport while en route to Mexico. He has been in jail since his arrest.
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May 13, 2009
John Demjanjuk, who is accused of being a Nazi death camp guard, arrived in Germany on Tuesday from the United States to face charges that he participated in the killing of 29,000 Jews in 1943. Demjanjuk is No. 1 on a list of most-wanted war crimes suspects compiled by the Simon Wiesenthal Center. Here are some of the others. DR. SANDOR KEPIRO Suspected of committing genocide against Jews and Serbs during a raid by Hungarian forces into Serbia in 1942 that prosecutors say killed at least 2,000 people.
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