Canada plans to deport alleged criminal of WWII

"As war crimes continue throughout the world, it is imperative that Canada demonstrates that it will not be a haven for mass murderers," Lyle Smordin, president of B'nai B'rith Canada, said in a statement.

Bogutin, who lives in Toronto, is the sixth accused war criminal in Canada charged from a list of 12.

Earlier this month, a federal judge halted proceedings against three of the accused war criminals.