Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by dawg, Feb 11, 2016.
I'm glad Deutschland has it's priorities in order.
Most of the guards were just following orders
he is going to spend the best years of his life in jail.. that will teach him
Honestly, at this age , let God deal with him. It'll be soon enough.
My grandfather died in a concentration camp...
He fell out of a guard tower.
people on this board trash minorities all day & have sympathy for nazi guards. haha so backwards
I don't have sympathy. But in light of the refugee crisis happening in that country, one must wonder if prosecuting a 94 year old man for things he may have done when he was 20 is really the best use of the country's law-enforcement resources.
Go easy there, big fella. I don't think the majority of opinions being expressed here are meant to be a show of sympathy for a Nazi as much as a simple acknowledgement of the semi futility associated with prosecuting a 94 year old for crimes committed 70 years ago.
Has he admitted to knowing anything?
The holocaust seems like forever ago. Still anyone involve needs to be treated like it.
Sorry - there should be a statute of limitations. Why the fuck aren't they worried about the current sand flea infestation of "refugees"?
I'm glad Gramps will be exposed for all the wrongs he did. No sympathy for these bastards. The public shame and being uncovered is worth it at any age.
He made a little mistake. Don't make a big deal out of it.
That's the part that confuses me.
If I was ordered in the military to bomb a specific building to kill some ISIS and it turned out to be a school, should I hang? Or say it was known to be a school and I was ordered to do so or face a Military Tribunal, should I hang? Tough question.
He will go to jail, they always do. What he did was morally wrong. But legally? I don't know.
It depends on if your side wins. Atrocious are committed solely by the losing side.
Did they explain why it took them 70 years to prosecute Paulos Blatz: Auschwitz Cop?
We call them democrats