After war, participants often seek refuge in far-away lands.
Some take on new identities, hiding their roles in carrying out war crimes. Many become residents of their adopted countries and lead normal lives in new communities.
The United States is not immune to such subterfuge.
War criminals from a wide range of countries have slipped through immigration safeguards and acquired U.S. citizenship.
Recommended Links For More Information:
Citizenship, War Criminals, And Immigration Fraud
Denaturalization And Revocation: Losing Your U.S. Citizenship