Germany: Prosecutors Indict 95-year-old For Offences During Holocaust
For being an accomplice to murder in the Nazi holocaust, a 95-year-old woman dubbed Irmgard F was charged with 10,000 counts by German Public prosecutors. As a secretary in the Stutthof concentration camp, Imgard was part of the machinery that killed nearly 60,000 people. Reportedly, a regional court will deliberate on the indictment. Since the woman was a minor during the offences, she may undergo trials in a juvenile court.