2021-10-10 04:16:09 UTC
Pursuing charges against a 100 year old man is both inappropriate and
immoral. What do the jews expect to accomplish? The Germans, as harsh
as they were, showed a measure of respect towards the elderly.
Compassion needs to be shown to a man of such advanced age. The war
has been over more than 76 years now. It's time to move on.
BERLIN A 100-year-old man went on trial in Germany Thursday, accused
of being an accessory to murder for serving as a Nazi SS guard at the
Sachsenhausen concentration camp near Berlin during World War II.
The trial of the defendant, who is charged with 3,518 counts of
accessory to murder, was held at the Neuruppin state court, which
moved the proceedings to a prison sport hall in Brandenburg for
The suspect, who was identified only as Josef S. in keeping with
German privacy rules, is alleged to have worked at Sachsenhausen
between 1942 and 1945 as an enlisted member of the Nazi Party's
The suspect's lawyer, Stefan Waterkamp, told the court that his client
did not want to comment on the allegations, German news agency dpa
reported. There are no formal pleas in the German legal system.