German court convicts 93-year old man for Nazi crimes

German court convicts 93-year old man for Nazi crimes

A court in Hamburg convicted a 93-year old Bruno D and handed him a suspended two-year sentence. He was convicted for helping to murder 5,232 prisoners, many of whom were Jewish, at a Nazi concentration camp in World War II. Bruno was an SS guard in the Stutthof concentration camp near Gdansk, in what is today Poland, and found guilty of being involved in killings between August 1944 & April 1945.

Milan
Milan
Randy
Randy 2 weeks

They waited 75 years to convict a teenager. They must be so proud.

Maesterfully
Maesterfully 2 weeks

I'm glad he was convicted but his 'sentence' is a poor joke

Unity.Nat
Unity.Nat 2 weeks

A teenage Guard during WW2 was tried for mudering Jews when he was likely just a guard and nothing more.

Fin
Fin 2 weeks

Good... Never ever to late to bring a war criminal to justice

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