Bohdan Koziy hightailed it out of the country 15 years ago but down atthe Flying Cloud Motel they still remember him as Fort Lauderdale’smost notorious hotelier.

Koziy and his wife, Yuroslava, owned the modest yet tidy beachsidetourist hotel � until not long after Nazi hunters from the Departmentof Justice in 1979 fingered him as a murderous Ukrainian policeman whocollaborated with the Gestapo during World War II.

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