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Nazi fugitive 'Doctor Death' died in 1992: German TV

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I don't buy for one second that his son didn't know the allegations against his father when he met him. I can understand him perhaps not wanting to ask for the first time meeting his flesh and blood after so long, but I'm sure he knew more than he's letting on.

Anyway, it's a major shame the man did not get justice coming his way. Hopefully karma nabbed him, since nothing else did.

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Surprise surprise... Mohammedan nations harboring ex-Nazis.

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“The Arab world was an even better, a safer haven than South America,” said Efraim Zuroff, the Israel director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, who had been searching for Dr. Heim and traveled to Chile last July to raise awareness about the case. "

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/02/05/world/africa/05nazi.html?_r=1&pagewanted=2&hp

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I know many "nazi"-fugitives who didnt do anything wrong.

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But this guy sounds like he did something wrong and of course the Arab world harbors him. I guess it's a common enemy thing. Well let's say it is as we can see that in modern day Middle East when it comes to the west.

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Surprise surprise... Mohammedan nations harboring ex-Nazis.

They have a rich history of collaboration. Lest we forget the Muslim Waffen SS.

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They have a rich history of collaboration. Lest we forget the Muslim Waffen SS.

So what is the problem exactly? The only problem I see is the very simplistic "the enemy of my enemy is my friend" type thinking. And that enemy was more the British than the Jews at the time, though trouble was brewing in Palestine. Even a great number of Irishmen would have liked to have sided with Germany during WWII, such was their hate of the British.

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