The Sun, a British newspaper, has a story about a Nazi executioner living out his retirement in Ingolstadt, Germany after escaping from prison in the Netherlands in 1952 and fleeing to Germany.The German government protected Klaas Faber from extradition under a law passed by Adolf Hitler that protects German citizens from extradition for crimes committed as an SS volunteer. Before retirment, he was an office worker for Audi, the article says.