Posted Thu May 12, 2011 10:50 PM
There's finally a verdict, what do you think? The man likely will not live the 5 years to serve his time, but I think it's a good move to show that no crime of such magnitude can go unpunished (whether or not you are directly responsible). I am kind of indifferent, he's old and probably doesn't even really know what's going on at this point.
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Posted Mon May 16, 2011 12:46 PM
That's the point many are making. I personally don't see the big deal here, he won't live to do the time, and he won't know what's going on while he does if he happens to spend a night in prison.
Posted Mon May 16, 2011 05:39 PM
it's gonna take a shitload of money for the german government to give him the medical treatment he needs just to stay in jail! should just give him house arrest somewhere instead of throwing money away giving him the best care money can buy when so many others can't get it!
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Posted Wed May 18, 2011 11:20 AM
the truly sad thing in all of this is the fact that the american and british governments,and the vatican helped hundreds of nazis escape europe so they could use their genius to make the nuclear race one sided. a bunch of the nazis the vatican helped like josef mengele and adolf eichmann ended up in south america,while others are still alive in syria,lebananon,iran,and