2021-10-07 22:09:23 UTC
NEURUPPIN, Germany - A former SS guard, now 100 years old, hobbled
into a German courtroom on a walking frame on Thursday to face charges
of helping to send more than 3,000 people to their deaths in a Nazi
concentration camp during World War II.
Prosecutors say Josef S., a member of the Nazi party's paramilitary
SS, contributed to the deaths of 3,518 people at the Sachsenhausen
concentration camp by regularly standing guard in the watchtower
between 1942 and 1945.
Those old, brittle bones will snap easily when they open the trap
door! Hope his family is there to watch!
[laughs in Jewish]
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.