For the last two decades, Adolf Hitler’s former henchmen have had a hardtime finding safe haven in the United States because of the Office ofSpecial Investigations, the Department of Justice unit charged with keepingone-time Nazis and their collaborators out of the country.

Now, under a recently introduced Senate proposal, the OSI would gainexpanded powers to pursue an entirely new class of war criminals, includingthose responsible for terrorizing thousands in Bosnia and other parts of theworld.

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