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Klaus Barbie - Hunted Down Like a Dog, Died in Prison
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Byker
2018-01-11 22:05:06 UTC
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Poor lonesome Klaus Barbie! After torturing children, various
governments used him and let him think he had gotten away with it. He
ran and hid, of course-- as Nazis do-- but when a relentless German
Nazi hunter, Beate Klarsfeld, tracked him down in Bolivia, they found
him because of his incompetence at hiding, tried him and threw him in
prison. There, suffering from blood cancer, spine cancer, and prostate
cancer, he died in excruciating pain and despair.
Great story with a happy, happy ending!
The "Butcher of Lyon" did his dastardly deeds with the help of French
collaborators, whose names he took with him to the grave, much to the
chagrin of occupation survivors who wanted to know who had betrayed them to
the Nazis...
The Jews
2018-01-12 00:29:45 UTC
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Post by Byker
Poor lonesome Klaus Barbie! After torturing children, various
governments used him and let him think he had gotten away with it. He
ran and hid, of course-- as Nazis do-- but when a relentless German
Nazi hunter, Beate Klarsfeld, tracked him down in Bolivia, they found
him because of his incompetence at hiding, tried him and threw him in
prison. There, suffering from blood cancer, spine cancer, and prostate
cancer, he died in excruciating pain and despair.
Great story with a happy, happy ending!
The "Butcher of Lyon" did his dastardly deeds with the help of French
collaborators, whose names he took with him to the grave, much to the
chagrin of occupation survivors who wanted to know who had betrayed them to
the Nazis...
Just imagine how much fun a year or two of SPINAL cancer can be!
Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy.

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