I guess a Commander of the Nazi's have been living in Minnesota since 1949. He is know 94 years old. Now that they have found him, do we leave him be? Or still make him pay for all the crime he committed? He's been living quietly all this time.
Done bellow is the link to an interview of a woman where she tells her story of coming close ot being killed and having her father killed.Answer Question
Answer by QuinnMae at 10:31 AM on Jun. 24, 2013
They've found of few of these guys over recent years & they're all so old now. I don't think jail is the answer. Most have medical issues & other problems that arise from aging. They (the jails) aren't really equipped to deal with them. I'm not saying they shouldn't atone for their crimes, but due to other extenuating circumstances, I don't think jail is the answer for the elderly.
Answer by mrsmom110 at 10:56 AM on Jun. 24, 2013
Answer by baconbits at 11:11 AM on Jun. 24, 2013
throw the book at him
he entered this country under false pretenses. he claimed to have not served in the military. meaning he's and illegal alien.
and "we" dont have to do anything other than allow him to be extreadited, either to germany or poland
who cares how hes lived his life since the war- what about all the people who didnt get to live any sort of life because of his actions
and if we are going to let him off because hes old and been living quietly then i guess we should not do anything to whitey bulger either
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