Zuzak GRC Report; Wed., May 04, 2005
(1) Presentations relevant to revocation of citizenship to the
Committee on Citizenship and Immigration are being archived at
The verbal presentations of Lysyk, Sydoruk, Ilnycky, Pidruchney, Okelu, Zuzak, Diachuk, Nielsen, Petriw, Odynsky, Chyczij and others are included. The written submissions of Bill Pidruchney and Will Zuzak are also archived there.
(2) Archived via the Josef Furman link at
are several articles associated with:
(a) UCCLA media releases on Apr. 15 and Apr. 25, 2005 initiating an international campaign aimed at having Ukraine's president, Viktor Yuschenko, establish an official Commission of Inquiry on Soviet War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity in Ukraine.
(b) Globe and Mail, 25Apr2005 by Kirk Makin titled “Debate over war crimes gets heated”, as well as 3 letters [Serbyn, Hepburn, Oleksiw] to the editor on the subject. [This article and letters highlight the self-confessed crimes of Joseph Riwash, Nahun Kohn, Israel Roitman and Nadia Otsep.]
(c) Toronto Sun, 27Apr2005 by Peter Worthington titled “Pope as ‘Nazi’ is ridiculous”.
(d) Sunday Times (UK), 01May2005 by Norman Davies titled “Russia, the missing link in Britain’s VE Day mythology”. [This excellent article presents a realistic picture of the realities of WWII.]
(3) In an April 29, 2005 news release, the Office of the U.S.
Trade Representative (USTR) noted that
Ukraine remains the only "priority
foreign country" subject to trade sanctions (of $75 million) for
“Intellectual Property Infringement”.
Meanwhile, the American International Trade Commission says
among the world's major intellectual property violators.
Will Zuzak, 2005-05-04