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Justice for War Crimes Doesn't Have a Time Limit. Auf Wiedersehen!

Tennessee man, 94, who served as SS guard in a Nazi concentration camp and lived undetected in the US for more than 60 years will be deported to Germany after losing immigration appeal

Friedrich Karl Berger will be deported from the US to Germany after an immigration board denied his appeal

He was ordered by judge Rebecca L. Holt in February to return to Germany, where he continues to receive a pension 'for wartime service'

Berger is said to have been 'part of the SS machinery of oppression that kept concentration camp prisoners in atrocious conditions of confinement'

He is said to have admitted guarding prisoners to prevent them from escaping

Berger even helped guard the prisoners during their forcible evacuation to the Neuengamme main camp; a move in March 1945 that claimed the lives of 70

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I am sure his life was hell
you cannot come away from that and not suffer mentally
he just went home to die TY for sending him home

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