He was a guard in concentration camps in Germany! The 100-year-old will be tried for war crimes
A 100-year-old man will face German justice after he was found to have served in the Nazi Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Berlin, although World War II ended 76 years ago.
The news is reported by the German media "Welt am Sonntag" , which indicates that the Neuruppin court has accepted the request of the Prosecution to try the 100-year-old accused of 3500 murders committed in collaboration while serving as a guard in one of the infamous camps of the Nazi regime, built to exterminate Jews and other groups considered inferior to Adolf Hitler's ideology.
The name of the accused is not made public, in accordance with German law, but it is reported that he served in the concentration camp during the period 1942-1945. In Saschenhausen over 200 thousand opponents of the Nazi regime have suffered persecution, tens of thousands of whom have lost their lives.