Sunday, April 3, 2011

GERMANY - Six years in prison against John Demjanjuk required

"It would not be ashamed to pay Demjanjuk," as the newspaper columnist. March 22, six years in prison were required before a Munich court against John Demjanjuk, 90 years. He is suspected of having participated, as a guard in the Nazi camp of Sobibor, the murder of 27,900 Jews. But doubt still hover over its identity.

In this context, six years in prison for 27 900 deaths, this is "a day in jail for thirteen deaths," calculates the newspaper - "a sentence inadequate, unfair and inconclusive."

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