The fifth most wanted Nazi fugitive is living out his old age safe within Germany, despite being wanted in Britain and the Netherlands on war crimes charges. Klaas Faber, now 88, volunteered for Adolf Hitler’s notorious SS during the Second World War and worked as part of a Gestapo death squad. Despite being sentenced to death for his crimes in 1947, Faber is immune from prosecution because he escaped from prison in the Netherlands in 1952 and fled back to Germany. Demands by Britain and other nations to hand him over have since been rejected by Germany. Faber, who was born in the Netherlands, is immune from extradition because he was granted German citizenship by Hitler. Local privacy laws also mean that Germans cannot be told that Faber is a war criminal. Faber was tracked down in the town of Ingolstadt, where he lives with wife. During the Second World War, Faber become an officer with the notorious SD secret police and worked for the Gestapo as an executioner at Westerbork concentration camp, where teenage diarist Anne Frank was held.