Do you think guys like this one should be given a break, after so many years after the war or should they face the trial and be prosecuted despite their current health conditions and age?
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Answer by MythicMMM at 5:24 PM on Apr. 6, 2009
Answer by BeaMoore at 5:29 PM on Apr. 6, 2009
I also grew up near Cleveland and I just heard this case was back in the news. Honestly, I thought they already deported him! Do they still think he was Ivan the Terrible? The last I heard, they were saying he wasn't, but that he had committed "lesser" war crimes. I have to look into this some more. But to answer your question, yes they need to deport him and he needs to stand trial for his crimes. He hasn't shown remorse, and I don't care how old he is now, that doesn't lessen the atrocities that he committed.
Answer by feministmama at 5:56 PM on Apr. 6, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 9:28 PM on Apr. 6, 2009
Deport him. What him and others like him did to my family is awful. He had a choice no one can make you kill and torture. We are already forgetting the things they did to the Jews and others consider undesirable. My dads oldest brother was born in a concentration camp. He was ripped from my grandmothers arms and then experimented on until he died. This man has gotten away with what he has done and should be punished. Those who think otherwise need to pick up a history book and look at what was done. He had a choice.
Answer by Anonymous at 11:34 PM on Apr. 6, 2009
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