2021-09-30 14:13:43 UTC
A former secretary for the SS commander of the Stutthof concentration
camp was being sought on an arrest warrant Thursday after skipping the
planned start of her trial in Germany on more than 11,000 counts of
accessory to murder, officials said.
The 96-year-old woman left the home where she lives in a taxi on
Thursday morning, heading for a subway station on the outskirts of
Hamburg, German news agency dpa quoted Itzehoe state court spokeswoman
Frederike Milhoffer as saying. Her destination wasn't known.
The court said in a statement before the trial that the defendant
allegedly "aided and abetted those in charge of the camp in the
systematic killing of those imprisoned there between June 1943 and
April 1945 in her function as a stenographer and typist in the camp
You type for the Nazis, you swing for the Nazis!
If you have not killed at least one Nazi a day, you have wasted that
day. If you kill one Nazi, kill anotherthere is nothing more amusing
for us than a heap of Nazi corpses.