Obviously an accusation devoid of facts and evidence which slanders Poland is "completely accurate" enough as far as you are concerned.
Comey's actual comment made no reference to the country of Poland, only to some people from Poland. His statement about what some people from Poland did is completely accurate, as is shown below.
"...[Sawoniuk]had retreated with the German forces when they were pushed out of the region by the Russian counter-offensive, and that he quickly became a member of the Belorussian unit of the SS."
Which Polish SS unit could he have joined? There were no Polish SS units. Ethnically Polish Polish citizen Sawoniuk joining a non-Polish SS unit has no effect at all on the fact that he was an ethnically Polish Polish citizen.
And it was in France where Sawoniuk turned up and joined the Free Polish Army, telling them that he had been a member of the SS."
The fact that ethnically Polish Polish citizen Sawoniuk joined the Free Polish Army in France has no effect at all on the fact that he was an ethnically Polish Polish citizen.
his Polish army record, ...was...inadmissible."
His Polish army record was ruled inadmissible following the efforts of Sir John Nutting (for the Crown) because, to quote the Lord Chief Justice, "Mr Clegg for the appellant invited the attention of the officer to the Polish military records and elicited that, according to them, the appellant had served with the Free Polish Army in North Africa, Italy and Egypt before coming to this country. This was evidence of value to the appellant, since such service would be to his credit and would weaken the suggestion that he was a willing lackey of the German occupying forces in Belorussia."
Thanks for that source, even that source says he was Polish.
Not Polish by his name.
Name is proof of nothing. Or would you claim that Frédéric François Chopin was, due to his name, not Polish but that Nazi General Zelewski was, due to his name, Polish? I certainly wouldn't make that utterly stupid claim.
Not Polish by the region he grew up in.
He was born in Poland as an ethnically Polish Polish citizen and grew up in Poland as an ethnically Polish Polish citizen.
Not Polish by the Belarusian unit of the SS he joined.
Which Polish SS unit should ethnically Polish Polish citizens such as Sawoniuk have joined?
Even this so-called Polish Army record you brought up to support your argument on here wasn't trusted in your own British courts.
See above for why the prosecution wanted it was removed from the trial.
Are you really so desperate to excuse Sawoniuk that you want to claim the Polish Army falsified its records? Or perhaps you want to repeat Sawoniuk's claim that the evidence against him as a KGB plot?
For the third time now, the Americans couldn't even put him on trial for war crimes. They charged him over an immigration matter instead.
You're right, they couldn't put him on trial for war crimes: he hadn't broken US law by taking part in the holocaust as an ethnically Polish Polish citizen. But lying on his immigration application, that they could try him for, and did try him for. And found that he had been lying when he denied being an ethnically Polish Polish citizen who had participated in the holocaust.
why should someone like Hajda even face a trial
Because he was a scumbag: he was an ethnically Polish Polish citizen who had participated in the holocaust.
lack of evidence aside
Evidence which included multiple witness statements of a crime which you lied about, i.e. active participation in mass murder, and evidence which was more than good enough to convict him of lying when he denied being an ethnically Polish Polish citizen who had participated in the holocaust.
It's pretty sickening that you so badly want to hold onto your fantasy in which no ethnically Polish Polish citizens participated in the holocaust that you seek to excuse and defend ethnically Polish Polish citizens who were found by repeated court verdicts to have participated in the holocaust.