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Reuters.

 

Nazi hunters arriving in Chile Wednesday, say they are on the trail of Aribert Heim, whose hundreds of kllings in an Austrian concentration camp during World War Two, earned him the nickname “Doctor Death”. He is a doctor who murdered hundreds of people in the Mauthausen / concentration camp by injecting gasoline directly into their hearts. Fully documented by Aribert Heim himself, by the way, he is the one who recorded all the operations that he carried out, and all the murders that he committed, and that’s what makes him the most wanted Nazi war criminal/ of the world today.

 

The investigators from Jerusalem Simon Wiesenthal Center are travelling to the Chilean town where Heim’s daughter lives, following new evidence they say points to a hiding place in the Patagonia region of Chile, or nearby Agentina. At 94, Heim is possibly the last Nazi war criminal alive, A 450,000 dollars bounty  is being offered for his arrest. Heim’s family claims / the fugitive died in 1993, but a Berlin/ Bank/ account and stocks and bonds in his name that total more than three million dollars still have not been claimed, that would require / proof of Doctor Death’s death.

 

Catherine Jackson, Reuters.

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Nazi hunters arriving in Chile Wednesday, say they are on their trail of Albert Heign, whose hundreds of kllings in Austrian concentration camp during World War Ⅱ, earned him the nickname “doctor death”. He is a doctor who murdered hundreds of people in the Mauthausen concentration camp by injecting gasoline directly into their hearts. Fully documented by Albert Heign himself, by the way, he is the one who recorded all the operations that he carried out, and all the murders that he committed, and that’s what makes him the most wanted Nazi war criminals in the world today. The investigators from Jerousline Simon Wiesenthal Center are traveling to the Chilean town where Heim’s daughter lives. Following new evidence they say points to a hiding place in the Patagonia region of Chile, or nearby Argentina. At 94, Heim is possibly the last Nazi war criminal alive. A 450,000 dollars bond is being offered for his arrest. Heign’s family claims that the fugitive died in 1993, but a Berlins Banks account in stocks and bonds in his name that total more than three million dollars still have not been claimed, that would require a proof of doctor death’s death. Catherine Jackson, Reuters.H
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Reuters.

 

Nazi hunters arriving in Chile Wednesday, say they are on the trail of Aribert Heim, whose hundreds of killings in an Austrian concentration camp during World War Two, earned him the nickname “Doctor Death”.

 

He is a doctor who murdered hundreds of people in the Mauthausen concentration camp by injecting gasoline directly into their hearts. Fully documented by Aribert Heim himself, by the way, he is the one who recorded all the operations that he carried out, and all the murders that he committed, and that’s what makes him the most wanted Nazi war criminal in the world today.

 

The investigators from Jerusalem’s Simon Wiesenthal Center are traveling to the Chilean town where Heim’s daughter lives, following new evidence they say points to a hiding place in the Patagonia region of Chile, or nearby Argentina. At 94, Heim is possibly the last Nazi war criminal alive, A 450,000 dollars bounty is being offered for his arrest. Heim’s family claims the fugitive died in 1993, but a Berlin Bank account and stocks and bonds in his name that total more than three million dollars still have not been claimed, that would require proof of Doctor Death’s death.

 

Catherine Jackson, Reuters.

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The Simon Wiesenthal Center (often abbreviated SWC), with headquarters in Los Angeles, California, was established in 1977. According to its mission statement, it is "an international Jewish human rights organization dedicated to repairing the world one step at a time. The Center’s multifaceted mission generates changes through the Snider Social Action Institute and education by confronting antisemitism, hate and terrorism, promoting human rights and dignity, standing with Israel, defending the safety of Jews worldwide, and teaching the lessons of the Holocaust for future generations."

 

The Center is accredited as a non-governmental organization (NGO) at the United Nations, the UNESCO, and the Council of Europe.

 

The organization aims to foster tolerance and understanding through community involvement, educational outreach and social action. The Center closely interacts on an ongoing basis with a variety of public and private agencies, meeting with elected officials, the United States and foreign governments, diplomats and heads of state. Other issues that the Center deals with include: the prosecution of Nazi war criminals, fighting against ODESSA networks; Holocaust and tolerance education; Middle East Affairs; and extremist groups, neo-Nazism, and hate on the Internet.

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