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stories arby: In addition, Judge Michael Phelan sharply limited any possibility that Oberlander, 94, could take the case to the Federal Court of Appeal.article continues below Trending Stories Arby's is opening in Metro Vancouver soon Vision Vancouver will not run a mayoral candidate for first time in party's history'Bella Dolls' Is Vancouver ready for a sex doll brothel Eight Vancouver daycares part of B.C.'s low-cost childcare program Phelan said he was mindful his decision determines rights of appeal, according to Vancouver Courier. One of Oberlander's lawyers said on Thursday that next steps were uncertain. In a ruling this week, a Federal Court judge lifted a stay on his earlier decision that the government had been reasonable in stripping citizenship from Helmut Oberlander. We don't have instructions at the moment about what he's going to do, Barb Jackman said. The squad was responsible for killing close to 100,000 people, mostly Jewish. The Ukraine-born Oberlander, who came to Canada in 1954 and became a citizen six years later, has steadfastly maintained he was just 17 when he was forced on pain of execution to join the Nazi death squad Einsatzkommando 10a, known as Ek 10a. ( As reported in the news.