death in the aussie gulags...
German prosecutors are currently looking in to pressing charges against several men believed to have been accomplices to murder at Auschwitz. Some in Germany are asking if justice can still be served almost 70 years after the war.
It might provide some with a sense of satisfaction, but it will likely be small and it comes very late. Decades after the end of World War II, public prosecutors in Stuttgart, Frankfurt and Dortmund have opened investigations into nine elderly men alleged to have been accomplices to murder at Auschwitz.The legal proceedings are still in the early stages and the men haven't been formally charged yet. Given the advanced age of the men and the potential charges, it is at the very least striking that judges ordered the arrest of three suspects in Baden-Württemberg, who are now being detained in prison hospitals. In these cases, the danger of their committing additional crimes can be ruled out. Furthermore, they hardly represent a flight risk and aren't likely to suppress evidence.The precise details of their cases vary, but investigators' intentions remain the same: They want to pursue charges and try the men for crimes they purportedly committed as young men.Some critics of the proceedings are saying enough is enough. The war ended 70 years ago, these men are frail and in some cases even suffer from dementia. They have a few years left to live at best. These voices argue they should be left alone and that public prosecutors should be dealing with more current problems.
Meanwhile in the Aussie concentration camps built in other country for money, in the cash for gulags schemes...:
Covering up a murder and dozens of knife attacks is not a good look for an immigration minister, writes Bob Ellis — but Scott Morrison thinks differently.
Covering up a murder and dozens of knife attacks is not a good look for an immigration minister. But Scott Morrison, a man long suspected of paranoid fantasies, does not see it in this way.
In his mind, a mob of rebellious heathens attacked their carers with plastic chairs and were 'disciplined' for their impertinence. Some throats, admittedly, were cut, and one man died, but we have sent our compassionate sympathy, along with his body, back to Iran (and thus admittedly imperilled his grieving parents) — but the unprovoked mutiny was moderate and injured only 77.
It was, in our view, firm but fair.
We have sent the murderer back to work in the compound, keeping order. If any other 'transferee' shows impertinence, he will know what to expect.
It is hard to share in the craziness of Morrison's mind ‒ or the scottmobbledigook in which he habitually speaks ‒ but this, pretty much, is how he sees a recent murder, and his cover-up of the recent events leading up to it and the atrocities that accompanied it.