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The number of ongoing investigations into Nazi war criminals increased last year, says a report by the Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC).
From April 2009 to March 2010 there were 852 investigations being conducted worldwide, compared with 706 during the same period in 2008/09.
The SWC also awarded Germany an A-grade for its efforts to prosecute ex-Nazis.
This is the first time its top grade has been given to any other country except the United States.
Originally posted by chefc14
. Hell, they put the top dogs to work building our space program and working on mind control anyhow (operation paperclip).
Originally posted by Britguy
Time marches on. What are the ADL, JDL, SWC etc gonna do when all the old Nazis are dead and gone?
I mean, their whole Nazi / Hollowcost industry wil need a serious rethink to keep the victim flag flying and the money coming in.
I find it quite strange that we (as in "The World") are still pursuing people who committed alleged war crimes - and let's remember that these are allegations, which need to be proven in a court of law - after more than 60 years.