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US News Germany: An ex-concentration camp guard, Centennial, judged in October

22:30  02 august  2021
22:30  02 august  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

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L'actuelle entrée du camp de concentration de Sachsenhausen à Oranienburg, à 30 km au nord de Berlin. © Tobias Schwarz The current entrance to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Oranienburg, 30 km north of Berlin.

a centenary, former guardian of the Nazi camp of Sachsenhausen, 30 km north of Berlin, accused of "complicity of murders" will appear from the beginning of October to a German court, announced on Monday the prosecution.

The Parquet of Neuruppin, which had already charged it last February, considers, after receiving a medical opinion, that "it is in capacity to follow hearings", despite its old age. The hearings will be limited to two hours or two hours a day.

The former guardian, one hundred years old, is pursued for complicity in 3,518 murders of detainees by having "knowingly and voluntarily" helped and encouraged from 1942 to 1945 their murder at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp in Oranienburg. It was in this camp that 800 Marseillais were deported, including 200 Jews, raped in January 1943 in the district of Saint-Jean, nicknamed "Little Naples".

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It would be involved in particular in "the shooting of Soviet prisoners of war in 1942" or the death of several prisoners "by the use of toxic gas Zyklon B". Over the years, the SS has held about 200,000 people in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp. About 20,000 prisoners have been murdered.

"Many co-complainants are the same age as the accused and hope that justice is made", estimated in Die Welt Thomas Walther, a lawyer of several victims civil parties in this next trial. In recent years, Germany has tried and condemned several old SS and expanded to the Camp keepers the count of complicity of murder, illustrating the increased severity, though judged very late by the victims, of his justice.

According to the German media, a dozen judicial instructions for Nazi crimes are still underway in the country. In June, German justice revealed to investigate a nonagenarian who would have been guarding in a Soviet prison camp between 1943 and 1945 and suspected of assassinations.

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In July 2020, the Tribunal de Hamburg sentenced to two years in prison with stay Bruno dey, a former 93-year concentration camp guard for complicity in 5,232 cases of murders and attempts to murders at Stutthof.

At the end of March, justice had announced that a former guardian of a concentration camp, extradited from the United States, would eventually escape a trial in Germany, for lack of "obvious evidence".

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