Discussion: Annual Nazi Hunting Report Punishes US For Failing To Prosecute Alleged Ex-Nazi

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Doesn’t continued harassment and eventual deportation of John Demjanjuk, who had been acquitted in an Israeli trial, earn the US extra credit?

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Hi John!

Hey…

We’ve got our own war criminals to concentrate on these days…

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All of whom are living lucrative and unindicted lives.

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How can a report punish a country?

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How many Nazi war criminals can still be out there? The war ended 70 years ago, and for someone to be guilty of committing war crimes, he’d have to have been, say, 18 at the time, so the minimum age for a war criminal would now be 88 (irony noted). If you’re in the business of hunting down Nazis, it’s probably time to consider a career change.

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Big whoop, Zuroff’s mad because the USA doesn’t snap-to on command. It’s been 70 years. It’s over. Let it rest already.

What’re the Wiesenthal gang going to do for kicks when there’s no more Nazis to “hunt”?

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Let me return the favor.

“Rupert Murdoch Honored with Simon Wiesenthal Humanitarian Laureate Award at Wiesenthal Center National Tribute Dinner”

I’m personally presenting them with a D- and a shut-the-fuck-up for this.

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