- The German Prosecution suspects still have eight more suspected war criminals in the crosshairs of the Second World War. These four men and four women who worked in the German concentration camp Stutthof, the foreman told the Justice team that investigates Nazi crimes. The prosecution suspects them of involvement in thousands of killings.
The men that the OM has guarded the prisoners in the camp on the grain, which lay just east of present-day Gdansk. The women worked there as a secretary or receptionist.
If justice indeed the eight before the courts to bring is urgency. The oldest of them was born in 1918, the youngest is from 1927.
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The prosecution is still looking for people who have worked in Auschwitz, Bergen-Belsen, Maidanek and Neuengamme.