Concentration camp doctor tops list of 10 most-wanted Nazis
Barry Artiste, Now Public Contributor
You have to ask yourself, what constitutes a Mass Murderer? Killing one person, two persons, twelve persons, six million persons, it is all semantics I suppose.
Sixty -eight years later, the search for those who think the world forgets, certainly didn't think today they would make the top ten list most wanted.
Countries which seemed to offer safe haven to those who commit atrocities live in relative obscurity until caught, much to the suprise of it's citizens that a Monster lived amongst them.
Canada had it's share of Nazi war criminals, and only when caught decades later, were Canadians suprised to learn that kindly elderly gentlemen with the funny accent, tottering down the street in their community was the last person they thought had a past so horrible that if defied description.
As for Heim, South America seems like a safe bet.
On a related Note.
Though British Columbia has been a favourite haven for war criminals and killers even TODAY!!!, Below is one such story link published today in the Vancouver Sun, and the same story I wrote about last month on an individual who participated in beheading of a teenage girl, amongst other atrocities as a rite of passage, such as lobbing grenades in crowds for the fun of it.
This Man who was recently caught as he illegally entered Canada, confessed to his crimes and now seeks refugee status, much like war criminals. The only caveat is this man has been granted his freedom by our Judical system to walk among us, for saying what seemed to be a favourite phrase of redemption, those four magic words all killers use "I have found God!" Certainly comforting words to citizens who unlike many are oblivous to the fact that a Killer today walks amongst us.
Would it suprise me if Dr. Heim was living amongst us? No!!
Again I put the question to Now Public Readers, what constitutes Mass Murder? Certainly this individual Jose Francisco Cardoza Quinteros from El Salvador from MS13 gang who walks free among us, set free by those bureaucrats unclear on the concept of what number the "Body Count" must be, to be classified as a Mass Murderer.
BADEN-BADEN, Germany - Former SS doctor Aribert Heim tops a list of most-wanted suspected Nazi war criminals released Wednesday. He is a man so brutal that witnesses remember him as the worst they saw, though he was only at Mauthausen concentration camp for two months.
Heim would be 93 today, but "we have good reason to believe he is still alive," said Efraim Zuroff by telephone from Jerusalem. Zuroff is the top Nazi hunter for Simon Wiesenthal Centre, which published the list.
Still, despite a $485,000 reward for Heim's arrest posted by the centre along with Germany and Austria, he has managed to avoid capture for decades.
He is only one of hundreds of suspected Nazi war criminals that the Centre estimates are still at large.
After Heim on the Centre's most wanted list are: John Demjanjuk, fighting deportation from the U.S., which says he was a guard at several death and forced labour camps; Sandor Kepiro, a Hungarian accused of involvement in the wartime killings of than 1,000 civilians in Serbia; Milivoj Asner, a wartime Croatian police chief now living in Austria and suspected of an active role in deporting hundreds of Serbs, Jews and Gypsies to their death; and Soeren Kam, a former member of the SS wanted by Denmark for the assassination of a journalist in 1943. His extradition from Germany was blocked in 2007 by a Bavarian court that found insufficient evidence for murder charges.