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Serbia, U.S.: Peter Egner

East Ethnia writes about the arrest of a man thought to be Peter Egner, 86, “a member of the Nazi security police in Belgrade between 1941 and 1943 where he acted as an interpreter during interrogations of prisoners and guarded transports of prisoners (at least) between two prison camps in the city. During the first nine months of the occupation, it is charged, he was a member of a unit that killed thousands of civilians, mostly by asphyxiation.”

5 comments

  • Tibor Lingli

    What about Bill Clinton and George Bush?Are they Nazi s too?If USA arested old man Egner also they should arrest this too world policemans.

  • Pál Marosy

    What about the crimes against humanity committed at Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Dresda?

  • Petar Zmak

    Mr. Ephraim Zurof is visiting Belgrade today and these wall criminals will be the subject of the meeting. we all hope here in belgrade to see the last Nazi and all war criminals before the face of justice.

  • BADGE

    Poor old Mr. Egner should be expelled from The United States as soon as he packs his bags. Age does not mean forgiveness for anyone still alive who was a part of horrific atrocities in the past, future or anytime.

  • Don

    The charges need to be thoroughly investigated, and if found solid and significant, Mr. Egner, if this is is name, should be not merely be deported, but charged in a responsible venue with war crimes. These would be *real* war crimes.
    As for “low level”; the claims seem to insinuate “hands on” which is what one often associates with “low level”.

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