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OPERATION: LAST CHANCE II ist eine Kampagne zur Erleichterung der Strafverfolgung von NS-Verbrechern in Deutschland. Sie konzentriert sich auf Personen, die in Vernichtungslagern und mobilen Mordkommandos eingesetzt waren. Eine Belohnung bis zu 25.000 Euro wird ausgesetzt für sachdienliche Hinweise, die zur Bestrafung von Holocaust-Tätern beitragen, unter folgenden Bedingungen:
5000 Euro für eine Anklageerhebung;
5000 Euro für eine Verurteilung
100 Euro pro Tag Haft für die ersten 150 Tage Gefängnis, bis zu 15.000 Euro zusätzlich.
Maximal: 25.000 Euro
Die Operation Last Chance ist ein Gemeinschaftsprojekt des Simon Wiesenthal Centers und der Targum Shlishi Foundation.

 

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Wiesenthal Center 2017 Annual Report Praises Renewed Efforts by German Prosecutors


Full Text of Wiesenthal Center's 2018 Annual Report on the Worldwide Investigation and Prosecution of Nazi War Criminals (April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018)


AKTUELLE NACHRICHTEN

30. 01. 2020 - Halina Strnad's testimony could help finally convict Bruno Dey, a guard at the horrific Stutthof camp, of accessory to murder more...

28. 01. 2020 - CLEVELAND, Ohio – A German museum Tuesday released two photos that researchers say may identify the late John Demjanjuk, formerly of Seven Hills, as a guard in a death camp nearly 80 years ago more...

27. 01. 2020 - Chief Nazi-hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Center explains why he'll never stop trying to find Nazi criminals more...

22. 01. 2020 - A Minneapolis carpenter whom the Associated Press exposed as a former Nazi commander — a charge his family fiercely denied — has died more...

22. 01. 2020 - Michael Karkoc, a retired Minnesota carpenter who was exposed as a former commander of a Nazi-led unit that was accused of atrocities in World War II, died on Dec. 14, public and cemetery records show. He was 100 more...

22. 01. 2020 - MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A retired Minnesota carpenter whom The Associated Press exposed as a former commander of a Nazi-led unit accused of war atrocities has died more...

16. 01. 2020 - Europe’s leading rabbinical association added its voice on Tuesday to the growing condemnation of legislation tabled in the Lithuanian Parliament that whitewashes the role played by Lithuanian collaborators during the Nazi Holocaust more...

08. 01. 2020 - Europe’s leading rabbinical association added its voice on Tuesday to the growing condemnation of legislation tabled in the Lithuanian Parliament that whitewashes the role played by Lithuanian collaborators during the Nazi Holocaust more...

   

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