German Woman, 95, Charged With Complicity In More Than 10000 Murders During WWII


Have charged a woman with complicity in the murders of 10,000 people in the Nazi concentration camp of stood half in Gdansk, Poland. Woman who hasn't been named, was a secretary in the camp, Damon McGinest reports. The 95 year old woman has been living in a nursing home near Hamburg for the past few years. But between 1943 and 1945, she worked his personal secretary to the concentration camps commander. He was sentenced to prison in 1957. But she has always claimed that she never knew people were being gassed in the camp. She's now being charged with complicity in murder. This is an unusual case very few women have ever been tried for concentration camp atrocities. Most cases have focused on camp guards, not secretaries. BBC

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