September 22, 2015
Germany’s Jewish authorities are charging an unnamed 91-year-old German woman with 260,000 counts of accessory to murder.
If all goes well, those charges will be upgraded to six million.
Yes, rather than recognising her for service to her country and a long life, she is accused of being a member of the SS and a radio operator at Auschwitz who “helped the camp function”. This proud old Germanic woman may now have to face a hateful kike-packed kangaroo court, The Daily Mail reveals.
A 91-year-old woman has been charged with 260,000 counts of accessory to murder on allegations she was a member of the Nazi SS who served in Auschwitz, German prosecutors claim.
Schleswig-Holstein prosecutors’ spokesman Heinz Doellel said Monday the woman is alleged to have served as a radio operator for the camp commandant Rudolph Hoess, who was hanged after the war for his crimes against humanity, from April to July 1944.
Prosecutors argue that the accused, whose name wasn’t disclosed due to German privacy laws, can be charged as an accessory because she helped the death camp function.
And this is good, if you’re into anti-White bigotry. It means money not going to gift fake refugees with free stuff is being wasted on persecuting the very people who fought to keep Germany free of the hideous Jew menace that is presently destroying Europe.
Of course, being a nonagenarian means nothing to the fanatical team of brainwashed prosecutors hell-bent on prosecuting a myth. As long as she has anything resembling a pulse they’re going to toss her into the dock and glare at her from under their yarmulkes as they demand the death penalty plus life in prison even though she’d probably pass on to Valhalla long before the first sheets of evidence have been faked up.
Doellel says there are no indications the woman is unfit for trial, though a court likely won’t decide on whether to proceed with the case until next year.
Her duty rosters show she was in his service from April until Juli 1944 and the indictment states ‘she was a helper in the systematic murder of the Jews transported there.’
‘There is sufficient evidence against her,’ added the prosecutor.
The woman’s name allegedly appeared on lists of Auschwitz subjects in the 1970’s but not no living witnesses could be found to testify against her.
If she is judged medically fit to stand trial – numerous Auschwitz personnel have evaded prosecution in the past two years by pleading the dementia card – she will be tried at a court in Kiel.
Yes, the “dementia card”. It’s ludicrous to think that anyone past the age of 80 could possibly be suffering dementia. It’s about as fanciful as suggesting there are rhinoceros in Africa.
But the important thing is that at a time when Europe is now paying for the wrong side having lost the war, and the country fills with millions of non-White cut-throat rapists, the German judicial system is ganging up on a 91-year-old granny who tried to make the world a better place.