From The Scotsman

Nazi suspects’ names given to prosecutors

ANDREW WALLMEYER
IN BERLIN

THE Simon Wiesenthal Centre said yesterday it had passed the names of four suspected former Nazi criminals to German authorities so they can be brought to justice before they die.

The Jerusalem office of the centre did not identify the four, but said they were accused of crimes including “murder in concentration camps or taking part in shootings”. The names were among the first results of Operation Last Chance, a drive that the centre launched to track down elderly former Nazis for Second World War-era crimes before they die.

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