The United States deported the 95-year-old German man last month, but prosecutors in Germany have not found sufficient evidence to prosecute him.
German prosecutors said that they closed an investigation of a 95- year-old former concentration camp guard who was deported from the United States.
Last month, Friedrich Karl B. arrived on a medical transport plane at Frankfurt Airport after a US court ordered his expulsion over alleged compliance with National Socialist-sponsored persecution in 1945.
Upon his arrival, prosecutors in the northern town of Celle said he was willing to be questioned with a defense lawyer present. They had previously halted a probe of the same man citing a lack of evidence.
Why is Germany dropping the probe? Prosecutors said they closed the case against Friedrich again "after exhausting all evidence," citing a lack of sufficient grounds for suspicion.
Celle's public prosecutors had begun the investigation in September but suspended it three months later, saying the evidence had "not linked the man to a concrete act of killing."
According to US officials, Friedrich had confessed to having guarded prisoners for a period spanning just a few weeks late in the war at the Neuengamme concentration camp in northern Germany.....
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This has to mean times are changing and Germans are getting sick of the holyhocks. The US's response will be pigheaded and hateful -- Demjanjuk died in Germany and this poor guy prolly will to.
Last 'Nazi' ever sent to the gas chamber?