Since 1995, Helmut Oberlander fought Canadian officials trying to kick him out for being part of death squad

A 97-year-old interpreter for the Nazis facing deportation from Canada died Wednesday, according to local media.

Helmut Oberlander died Monday after fighting the Canadian government to stay in the country since a formal investigation launched in 1995, Canadian papers The Globe and Mail said.

Born in Ukraine in 1924, the ethnic German joined Einsatzkommando 10a death squad during World War II, but he alleged he was forced to and only acted as an interpreter.... Read More: i24