REPORT DOCTOR CONSIDERS IT CAPABLE TO FACING CRIMINAL TRIAL FOR DEATH OF 29.000 JEWS IN SOBIBOR CONCENTRATION CAMP IN 1943
The former Nazi John Demjanjuk has been considered by the Ficalia of Munich as suitable to be put on trial.
The former mechanic of Ukrainian nationality, was deported from the United States where he lived, after several attempts to be brought to trial during the end of the Second World War.
John Demjanjuk is accused of being a former guard at the Sobibor concentration camp, and be responsible for the deaths of at least 29,000 Jews.
At present John Demjanjuk is 89 years and is sick and I use this often to avoid grounds for deportation until the day May 11 of this year, he was transferred to Germany after a court in Germany, I believe that only the United States and their judicial process to decide whether John Demjanjuk could be deported because there was no impediment to doing so.
Having come to Germany, he began studying for a medical team to confirm whether it was suitable to support and understand what the meaning of the trial and the day July 3, the Prosecution of Munich gave its verdict, confirming that John Demjanjuk, is suitable to face the penal trial against him, in which he is charged with the deaths of 29,000 Jews at the Sobibor concentration camp.
Anyway the hearings shall not last more than two daily sessions of 90 minutes each one.
In addition to John Demjanjuk is accused of being Ivan the Terrible, one of the worst keepers of the Nazi era.
Already in the past John Demjanjuk had been brought to trial even in Israel,at the begining he was condened to death but he was not able to purchase the facts as he was Ivan The Terrible so the death penalty was rejected by a higher court of Israel.
Now turn to Germany for its trial, we know that if found guilty because of his advanced age would not meet the punishment did not last long and fulfilling, but more importantly in this case is the international recognition and condemnation of their crimes.
And peace to those who were victims or their descendants of their victims to find inner peace that justice came to an end.
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