>Da stellst sich erstmal grundlegend die Frage, ob die überhaupt wussten, wofür sie sich melden,
Es wird im ja nichts vorgeworfen, außer für Deutschland gekämpft zu haben.
>It came 25 years after investigators first confronted Palij about his past and he admitted lying to get into the US, claiming he spent the war as a farmer and factory worker.
>Prosecutors there have previously said it does not appear that there's enough evidence to charge him with wartime crimes.
>His continued presence there outraged the Jewish community, attracting frequent protests over the years that featured such chants as 'your neighbor is a Nazi!'
Die Juden wollen ihr Pfund Fleisch
>But because Germany, Poland, Ukraine, and other countries refused to take him, he continued living in limbo in the two-story, red brick home in Queens he shared with his wife, Maria, now 86.
>He was set to be transported from there to an elderly care facility in Warendorf near Münster, according to the newspaper.
So wird er also von seiner Familie getrennt weil deutsche Judenknechte dies ermöglichen.
Israel protects concentration camp boss
AN EXTRADITION request by Polish authorities for an alleged former commander of a Stalinist-era detention camp now living in Tel Aviv has been rejected by Israel.
Salomon Morel is wanted by the prosecutor's office in the southern Polish city of Katowice. He is charged with crimes against humanity while he was commander of the Swietochlowice camp where more than 3,000 prisoners, mainly Germans, but also including several citizens of allied and neutral nations, were held during 1945.Post too long. Click here to view the full text.