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Originally posted by tezzajw
Scotty, you're taking this crime a little too personally.
Is it ok to pursue an old man to the end of the Earth, but to re-elect a government that has committed far more crimes?
I don't understand your logic here?
Originally posted by jackinthebox
reply to post by scotty18
I never put words into anyone's mouth, and the whole "winner" of the internet comment reveals more about you than it does me. And in the end, you still have not added anything valid to this conversation by trying to attack me personally. So go away noob, until you gain some understanding about what it is that we do here. Deny ignorance. You have been denied. Goodbye.
CHIEF Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff has welcomed a decision to extradite an 88-year-old alleged war criminal to Hungary from Perth but says legal appeals may remain a source of frustration.
Home Affairs Minister Brendan O'Connor yesterday announced Charles Zentai would be surrendered to Hungarian authorities.
If the extradition goes ahead, Mr Zentai is set to become the first Australian to face court over alleged Nazi war crimes.
Mr Zentai was arrested in 2005 after Hungarian authorities issued a warrant for his arrest.
Hungary alleges he was one of three soldiers who beat and tortured a Jewish teenager, Peter Balazs, to death in November 1944 because he failed to wear a Jewish star to identify him as a Jew.
Mr Zentai emigrated to Australia after the war.
He lived quietly in the southern Perth suburb of Willetton for years until his 2005 arrest, when he was briefly taken into custody.