The Grim Past of Nazi War Criminal Comes to Light
An Associated Press special investigation has uncovered a former Nazi SS commander living in Minnesota.
It’s alleged that 94-year old Michael Karcok led a team of officers that launched an attack on a Polish village.
A few years ago Germany acknowledged that those who are suspected of being involved with Nazi crimes must be prosecuted.
(Photo: The St. Paul Pioneer Press, Chris Polydoroff/AP Photo, File)
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