klau|s|ens, er hat es geschafft.
ja, wieder einer der NS-täter, der es schaffte, der strafe zu entgehen.
klaas carel faber.
einer der "meistgesuchten" – aber man wusste ja, wo er war.
er war in deutschland.
er war 90 jahre, als er starb.
in deutschland wurde ihm kein prozess gemacht.
in den niederlanden schon, damals.
da war er aber dann geflohen. und durch einen hitlererlass von 1943 galt er als deutscher, da er (auch wenn ein niederländer) "stolzes" mitglied der waffen-SS war. deutsche werden nicht ausgeliefert, an die niederlande.
ein deutscher nun also, zum deutschen gemacht, unbehelligt, und auch ein täter, der seine strafe nicht absitzt. einen neuen prozess in deutschland bekam er aber auch nicht.
die niederlande wollten die auslieferung, aber das deutsche recht stand dem entgegen. das deutsche recht! wie armselig! niemand hat es geändert. das unrecht! es wurde nicht geändert. ein skandal, ein skandal, ein skandal.
das wort reibt sich ab.
ja, aber der NS-täter, der seiner ersten strafe durch die flucht entkam, konnte in deutschland jahrzehnte unbehelligt leben.
man hat es nicht geschafft, ihn in deutschalnd endlich dauerhaft ins gefängnis zu bringen. (in den niederlanden saß er bis zu seiner flucht 1952 wenige jahre.)
da dreht sich der rechtsstaat in seinem kreis.
"Der 90-Jährige, der seit 1961 zusammen mit seiner Frau im Ingolstädter Piusviertel gewohnt hatte, starb am Donnerstag im Klinikum Ingolstadt, wie der DONAUKURIER aus mehreren sicheren Quellen erfuhr."
es gibt kaum noch lebende täter, die man vor gericht bringen könnte. heinrich (hendrik) boere und john demjanjuk (nun auch tot) waren wohl (fast) die letzten. siehe: http://www.klausens.com/klausens-beim-boere-ns-kriegsverbrecherprozess-in-aachen.htm
die ungerechtigkeit hat zu oft recht.
der mensch schafft sich die idee einer gerechtigkeit ja selbst. zumal diese wandelbar ist. das schicksal kennt nur die idee des lebens als lotto. in diesem lotto können auch die schlimmsten verbrecher frei ausgehen.
und die gütigsten menschen können heimtückisch umgebracht werden.
welch‘ "heiliger geist" diesem scheißleben doch innewohnen muss!
anbei die liste des simon-wiesenthal-centers stand april 2011, da war dieser faber auf rang 3: http://www.wiesenthal.com/site/apps/s/content.asp?c=lsKWLbPJLnF&b=4442915&ct=9378529
MOST WANTED NAZI WAR CRIMINALS
As of April 1, 2011
*A. Alois Brunner – Syria
Key operative of Adolf Eichmann
Responsible for deportation of Jews from Austria (47,000), Greece (44,000), France (23,500), and Slovakia (14,000) to Nazi death camps.
Status – living in Syria for decades; Syrian refusal to cooperate stymies prosecution efforts; convicted in absentia by France
Alois Brunner is the most important unpunished Nazi war criminal who may still be alive, but the likelihood that he is already decreased increases with each passing year.Born in 1912 and last seen in 2001, the chances of his being alive are relatively slim,but until conclusive evidence of his demise is obtained, he should still be mentioned on any Most Wanted List of Holocaust perpetrators.
*B. Dr. Aribert Heim – ?
Doctor in Sachsenhausen (1940), Buchenwald (1941) and Mauthausen (1941) concentration camps
Murdered dozens of camp inmates by lethal injection in Mauthausen.
Status – disappeared in 1962 prior to planned prosecution; wanted in Germany and Austria. New evidence revealed in February 2009 suggests that he may have died in Cairo in 1992, but questions regarding these findings and the fact that there is no corpse to examine, raise doubts as to the veracity of this information. During the past year, Heim was not found, nor was his death confirmed.
1. Dr. Sandor Kepiro – Hungary
Hungarian gendarmerie officer; participated in organizing the mass murder of at least 1,250 civilians in Novi Sad, Serbia on January 23, 1942
Status: discovered in 2006 in framework of “Operation: Last Chance;” was originally convicted but never punished in Hungary in 1944 and apparently in absentia in 1946; Hungary refused to implement his original sentence but opened a new criminal investigation against him which yielded an indictment against him for war crimes on February 14, 2011. His trial is scheduled to open in Budapest on May 5, 2011.
2. Milivoj Ašner – Austria
Police chief of Slavonska Požega, Croatia
Active role in persecution and deportation to death of hundreds of Serbs, Jews, and Gypsies
Status: discovered in 2004 in framework of “Operation: Last Chance;” indicted by Croatia which in 2005 requested his extradition from Austria which initially refused the request because he ostensibly held Austrian citizenship; when it emerged that he had lost his Austrian citizenship, his extradition was refused on medical grounds. Media interviews with Ašner raised serious doubts about the decision of the Austrian doctors that he was medically unfit to stand trial and prompted a request by the Wiesenthal Center that he be examined by a foreign expert. In April 2009 a German expert confirmed the original assessment that he was suffering from dementia, but subsequent media interviews by Ašner again cast doubt on the veracity of the evaluation.
3. Klaas Carl Faber – Germany
Volunteered for Dutch SS and served in SD as member of Sonderkommando Feldmeijer execution squad which executed members of Dutch resistance, Nazi opponents and those hiding Jews; also alleged to have served in a firing squad at the Westerbork transit camp from which Dutch Jews were deported to death camps.
Status: Sentenced to death in 1947 by a Dutch court for the murder of at least 11 people, his sentence was later commuted to life imprisonment, but he escaped from jail in 1952 to Germany, where he was granted Germany citizenship which protected him from extradition back to the Netherlands.
All efforts to have him prosecuted in Germany, have hereto been unsuccessful, although the German authorities have indicated a willingness to reexamine the case.
On November 25, 2010, the Dutch government issued a European arrest warrant for the incarceration of Faber, and the Bavarian judicial authorities are scheduled to make a decision in this case within the next few weeks.
4. Gerhard Sommer-Germany
Former SS-Untersturmfuehrer in the 16th Panzergrenadier Division Reichsfuehrer-SS; participated in the massacre of 560 civilians in the Italian village of Sant‘ Anna di Stazzema
Status: On June 25, 2005, Sommer was convicted in absentia by a military court in La Spezia, Italy for committing "murder with special cruelty" in Sant‘ Anna di Stazzema. Since 2002, he has been under investigation in Germany, but no criminal charges have yet been brought against him.
5. Adam Nagorny-Germany
Served as an SS guard at the Trawniki (Poland) SS training camp; served as an armed SS guard at the Treblinka I concentration camp whose prisoners were used to build the nearby Treblinka death camp; alleged to have shot inmates of the camp
Status: An official investigation was initiated by prosecutors in Munich in early 2011, in the wake of the discovery of of witness statements that Nagorny had participated in executions of prisoners in Treblinka I.
6. Karoly (Charles) Zentai – Australia
Participated in manhunts, persecution, and murder of Jews in Budapest in 1944
Status: discovered in 2004 in the framework of “Operation: Last Chance;” Hungary issued an international arrest warrant against him and asked for his extradition from Australia in 2005; Zentai appealed against his extradition and on July 2, 2010 a court in Perth ruled in his favor. Australian Minister for Home Affairs, Brendan O’Conner, acting on behalf of the Hungarian government, appealed the decision and the case will be decided within the coming months.
7. Soeren Kam – Germany
Volunteered for SS-Viking Division, where he served as an officer; participated in the murder of Danish anti-Nazi newspaper editor Carl Henrik Clemmensen.
Status: In 1999 Denmark requested the extradition of Kam, which Germany refused due to his German citizenship. Subsequent extradition request was refused in early 2007 on the grounds that Clemmensen’s death was not murder but manslaughter, which was under a statue of limitation. Efforts continue to bring Kam to justice either in Germany or in Denmark.
8. Ivan (John) Kalymon– United States
Served in Nazi-controlled Ukrainian Auxiliary Police in Lvov (then German-occupied Poland, today Ukraine) during the years 1941-1944, during which time he participated in the murder, roundups and deportation of Jews living in the Lvov Ghetto.
Status: On January 31, 2011, Kalymon was ordered deported from the United States to Germany, Ukraine, Poland, or any country willing to admit him, for concealing his wartime service with forces in collaboration with Nazi Germany and his participation violent acts of persecution.
9. Algimantas Dailide – Germany
Served in the Vilnius District of the Saugumas (Lithuanian Security Police); arrested Jews and Poles executed by the Nazis and local Lithuanian collaborators.
Status: His American citizenship was revoked in 1997 and he was deported from the United States in 2004 for concealing his wartime activities with the Saugumas. In 2006, he was convicted by a Lithuanian court for arresting 12 Jews trying to escape from the Vilnius Ghetto (and 2 Poles), who were subsequently executed by the Nazis, and was sentenced to five years imprisonment. The judges, however, refused to implement his sentence because he was old and was caring for his ill wife and “did not pose a danger to society.” In July 2008, in response to an appeal against the refusal to implement his sentence, Dailde was ruled medically unfit to be punished without being personally examined by the doctors who provided the expertise.
10. Mikhail Gorshkow – Estonia
Served as interpreter for the Gestapo in Belarus and is alleged to have participated in the mass murder of Jews in Slutzk.
Status: Fled from the United States to Estonia before he was denaturalized for concealing his wartime service with the Nazis; has been under investigation in Estonia since his arrival several years ago, but no legal action has ever been taken against him.