Steps left before Minnesota man could face war-crime charges

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Authorities in Poland moved quickly to issue an arrest warrant for a Minnesota man accused of participating in a World War II massacre, just two days after determining they had enough evidence to charge him.

But many steps remain before 98-year-old Michael Karkoc would ever face charges overseas. His family has said he has dementia, but legal experts say health problems aren’t a defense against extradition under U.S. law.

Here’s a look at what’s next in the case:


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