The Holocaust was a devastating time for humanity as a whole and bringing it to justice decades later can bring chills down peoples spines. Prosecutors have been slacking on the prosecution of Nazi affiliates for long enough, and it’s time for justice to be served. German laws concerning war crimes have recently taken a change for the better. According to Spiegel, a wel...
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...y elderly age, there is still time to convict him of his wrong doings. Gröning is guilty in every way possible. He says it himself that he is morally guilty, he stated that he indeed know everything that was going on in the death camps and proceeded to assist the Nazi movement, and know he is at fault under German law. German prosecutors have slacked enough. “At the very latest, systematic investigations could have started as soon as the court allowed Demjanjuk to be brought to trial almost four years ago,” said Nestler, a german prosecutor. It is not humanly correct to let those who have caused so much pain and suffering to live freely. We have already failed millions of victims of the Nazi regime for decades and it is now our duty to persecute all members and affiliates of the regime who are still alive and find them guilty for their horrific acts against humanity.
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