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Monday, June 16, 2008

Austria shielding Nazi war criminal

Milivoj Asner, a Nazi war criminal from Croatia and number 4 on the Simon Wiesenthal Center's "most wanted" list, was seen recently at the Euro 2008 soccer tournament in his adopted Austria rooting for the team from his Croatian homeland. The Austrians, who still see themselves as victims of the Nazis sixty years later, have refused to extradite Asner to Croatia to stand trial, claiming he is too weak. Well, here's a picture of him with his wife at the soccer match and you can all judge for yourselves.

Asner, who lives under an assumed name in Croatia’s European Championships base of Klagenfurt, is the subject of an international arrest warrant and on Interpol’s Most Wanted list.

The Sun tracked down the 95-year-old former police chief and Gestapo agent and secretly filmed him as he strolled confidently for more than a mile, arm-in-arm with second wife Edeltraut.

Walking without a stick, he even roamed 8th May Street – named after VE Day.

He stopped several times to sit in cafés, chatting to waiters and sipping leisurely drinks alongside excited football fans.
He was ignored by hundreds of armed police patrolling the streets, even though locals KNOW his real identity – and the unspeakable crimes for which he has yet to face justice.

The scenes made a mockery of Austria’s insistence that Asner is too sick to be sent home.

Yet ironically, on the day we captured his carefree three-hour outing, the country’s officials restated their decision to protect him from trial.
But will he be sent home to Croatia to stand trial? The Simon Wiesenthal Center hopes so. But I'm afraid that may be wishful thinking. As the Center's Efraim Zuroff points out in an interview with the Sun, Austria has long been a paradise for Nazi war criminals. And that will continue so long as none of their allies is willing to disabuse them of the notion that they were 'victims' in World War II.


At 5:17 PM, Blogger Lazar of Serbia said...


At 11:17 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

That doesn't surprise me. Austria has never fully come to terms with its past or with its native son and those in his service after the Anschluss and throughout the War.

At 11:54 PM, Blogger Cu Chi said...

Austria is not shielding a war criminal . It has a war veteran they and I want to protect from your murderous people .
It is just your Jewish ego's that want such hateful revenge on any veteran of The Third Reich .

Your revenge is for God not for you . Therefore you have created a curse on yourselves for your ungodly behavior .
You all are proud as peacocks with hearts of hyena's that will always live a life of peril .
You never took responsibility of murdering Jesus of Nazareth . His Father's curse was dropped on the Jewish people that Friday you crucified him .
I defend Austria . I defend all that served The Third Reich .

At 11:46 PM, Blogger Drea0223 said...

Cu Chi~ your a complete nut job....

I think it's sad that Austria can't come to terms with there part in the Holocaust. I wonder why someone didn't just go in and remove that pile of garbage themselves. It would have been worth the time and effort to rid the world of a man like that.


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