• Re: Former Nazi guard, 101, gets 5 years in jail on more than 3,500 cou

    From Governor Swill@21:1/5 to governor.swill@gmail.com on Wed Jun 29 01:14:36 2022
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    In article <<rrah5t$1n8p$5@neodome.net>
    <governor.swill@gmail.com> wrote:

    God says to forgive.

    Vengeance is mine sayeth the Lord. Vengeance is a two-edged
    sword. Kill one Jew for each day this old man serves.

    A 101-year-old German was sentenced to five years in prison
    after being convicted on over 3,500 counts of accessory to
    murder over his role as a Nazi guard at the Sachsenhausen
    concentration camp.

    "You willingly supported this mass extermination with your
    activity," Judge Udo Lechtermann told the man, according to the
    Associated Press. "You watched deported people being cruelly
    tortured and murdered there every day for three years."

    The man, identified as Josef S. by German media, denied working
    at the camp throughout the trial, claiming that he worked as a
    farm laborer between the 1942 and 1945 years in question.

    But the court concluded that the prosecution was able to prove
    the man enlisted as a member of the Nazi Party’s paramilitary
    wing, using SS guard documents containing the man's name, birth
    date, and place of birth, and other documented evidence to place
    him as a guard at the camp.

    "The court has come to the conclusion that, contrary to what you
    claim, you worked in the concentration camp as a guard for about
    three years," Lechtermann told the man, adding that his work
    there had helped the Nazis murder thousands.

    The judge granted the prosecution's request for a five-year
    prison sentence, while the defense sought an acquittal and vowed
    to appeal the verdict.

    The verdict comes as German legal precedent has evolved in
    recent years to charge people who played a role in assisting the
    Nazi genocide, often charging people such as guards and
    secretaries that worked for concentration camps with accessory
    to murder.

    The most recent prosecution was celebrated by German Jewish
    organizations, who say bringing people involved with
    concentration camps to justice grants a sense of closure to the
    families of the victims.

    "Even if the defendant will probably not serve the full prison
    sentence due to his advanced age, the verdict is to be
    welcomed," Josef Schuster, the head of the Central Council of
    Jews in Germany, told AP.

    "The thousands of people who worked in the concentration camps
    kept the murder machinery running. They were part of the system,
    so they should take responsibility for it," he added. "It is
    bitter that the defendant has denied his activities at that time
    until the end and has shown no remorse."

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/former-nazi-guard-101-5-years-jail- 3500-counts-accessory-murder

    You Jews can tell us how revenge tastes once you get to Hell.

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