Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Unrepentant to the End

Logging on just now, I saw this headline "Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner died in Syria basement in 2001."

Nazi war criminal Alois Brunner, who was responsible for the deaths of an estimated 130,000 Jews, died in 2001 at the age of 89, locked up in a squalid Damascus basement, a French magazine reported Wednesday.

He was unrepentant to the end.

In a short telephone interview in 1987 Brunner is alleged to have told the Chicago Sun-Times that he didn't regret his part in the Holocaust. "All of them deserved to die because they were the devil's agents and human garbage. I have no regrets and I would do it again."

"Le Nazi de Damas," from XXI magazine. (In French.)

As was Dylann [sic] Roof, now sentenced to death.

ABC News: "Charleston Victim's Mother Tells Dylann Roof: 'I Forgive You'."

1 comment:

Hattie said...

Sounds like a charmer.