GENEVA — Switzerland said it had finally finished the process of rehabilitating more than a hundred people punished during WWII for having helped Jews escape Nazi persecution.But only one of the 137 people vindicated by the report actually lived to see their name cleared.”All these people are today dead,” the secretary of the Swiss commission said. “And of them only Aimee Stitelman lived to see her name officially cleared, several years ago. In 1945, a Swiss military court ordered her detained for 15 days for having helped 15 Jewish children who were fleeing the Nazis, some of them orphans, enter Switzerland.