The man shown in the photo above is Herbert Z. who will soon go on trial in Germany.
The following quote is from another news article which you can read at http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3405412/Former-Auschwitz-medic-95-dementia-stand-trial-deaths-3-600-people-Nazi-extermination-camp.html
Although classed as a medic, such personnel at Auschwitz were not concerned with the health of inmates, but often poured in the Zyklon-B pesticide crystals into the gas chamber to murder them.
I can’t wait to learn how this will be proved in court in Germany.
Continue reading my original blog post.
A 95-year-old German man will soon be put on trial as “an accessory to murder” in Germany, the country formerly knows as Das Land der Dichter und Denker. He will be tried for his actions at the Auschwitz-Birkenau “death camp” during the 30 days that he worked there as a “medical orderly”. You can read about it at http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-35342821
Germany is now trying to make amends for murdering 6 million Jews during World War II, but they will soon be running out of old men to bring into court on a stretcher and charge with “being an accessory.”
The following quote is from another news article which you can read at http://www.dw.com/en/german-court-to-try-former-auschwitz-medic/a-18986981:
Prosecutors say the man – identified only as Hubert Z. under German privacy laws – was a medical orderly at the camp from August 15, 1944 to September 14, 1944.
During this time, 14 trains carrying prisoners arrived at Auschwitz-Birkenau, where many would eventually be murdered in the gas chambers.
“Given his awareness, the accused lent support to the organization of the camp and was thereby both involved in and advanced the extermination,” said prosecutors in an earlier statement.
The trial in the northeastern German town of Neubrandenburg comes after an appeals court overturned an earlier ruling that the elderly man – who reportedly suffers from dementia – was unfit to stand trial.
The trial is due to begin on February 29 and to run through March, although the sessions would be determined by Z.’s health condition.
My photos above, taken in 2005, show that there was a big difference between the thinking of the Jews and the thinking of the Germans. The Germans would have called this monument an example of “degenerate art.”
Will this 95-year-old man be put into prison after he is automatically convicted? No, of course not. He will be sent to a nursing home where he can be with other criminals who formerly worked at a concentration camp, if any of them are still alive.
I predict that America will soon become the 20ieth country to have a Holocaust denial law. When that happens, I could be arrested, tried and automatically convicted because there is no defense against Holocaust denial. If that happens, I plan to request to be sent to a nursing home in Germany.