101-Year-Old Ex-Guard From Nazi Camp Convicted By German Court As Accessory To 3,500 Murders
The man, recognized exclusively as Josef S. because of Germany's severe protection regulations, was condemned Tuesday to five years in jail by The Neuruppin Regional Court, as per The New York Times.
He's accepted to be the most established living individual to be taken a stab at charges from the Holocaust period.
Josef S denied the claims that he filled in as a SS monitor at the Sachsenhausen death camp, north of Berlin, from 1942 to 1945. Notwithstanding being indicted, examiners couldn't straightforwardly interface him to the passings of the detainees.
A legal counselor for the man said he would pursue the choice in the event that the specialists endeavor to send him to jail, as per The New York Times.
Times. It is likewise indistinct assuming he'd get a clinical commission clearing for his wellbeing that'd permit him to confront imprisonment.
The man guaranteed he filled in as a ranch worker during the time sentenced yet it was resolved that he supported the homicide hardware of the Nazis.