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Investigation Finds Dozens of Suspected Auschwitz Guards Still Alive in Germany

World  (tags: Germany, History, Human rights, Law, War witness )

- 1763 days ago -
More than forty former Auschwitz concentration camp guards were found to be still alive in Germany, while the investigation of the 50 suspects who had never faced prosecution for their posts is near complete and may result in charges against many of them.

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Alan Lambert (91)
Monday August 26, 2013, 5:54 pm
There is still a process from the Nurenberg trials to try anyone found to have been a war criminal. Spandau Prison still exists and is empty since the death or Rudolf Hess. So try them in Israel and imprison them in Spandau. But remember, if these men were 18 in 1945 they were born in 1927, this would make them 86 at the youngest.

Past Member (0)
Tuesday August 27, 2013, 4:21 am
So now what??? These men have to be in their 90's or even older than that---so go through costly trials 4 these individuals who will probably die in the meantime anyway?? Pointless. Thanks Ray
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