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The ‘Nazi Hunters’ strike again; tracking down a 97 year old with the help of ‘Reporters from the English mass-circulation daily The Sun’.



Nazi war criminal Laszlo Csatary has been tracked down by British journalists in Budapest. But the case has been pending for years with the country’s authorities, and Nazi hunter Efraim Zuroff is frustrated.
He was dressed neatly, ready for a nice day out. Dressed in new khaki pants, a fresh shirt, a grey-white checkered jacket and a cap, he left his apartment and took the tram to a nearby shopping center in the Hungarian capital, Budapest. Laszlo Csatary did not feel watched when he went out for several hours, browsing through shops and buying a newspaper.
But Csatary was being watched. Reporters from the English mass-circulation daily The Sun were closely following his every move. They had received information from the Simon Wiesenthal Center, which hunts down Nazi criminals and attempts to bring them to justice.
Efraim Zuroff
Efraim Zuroff, the director of the center, which has Csatary listed as their most wanted Nazi war criminal.
Worldwide attention
Zuroff says Hungary has so far failed to help with the case;  ”We then passed the information on to … The Sun, with which we have a sort of cooperation and which has already tracked down some other Nazi criminals in the past,” Zuroff told DW. “Before that we got zero attention, but when The Sun had a picture of him in his underwear, all the world suddenly knew about him.”
97 year old Laszlo Csatary

Csatary, 97, was found by the British journalists in a small apartment in Budapest where the reporters confronted him with his past. They say that Csatary was shocked and closed the door in their face, stuttering “No, no, go away.”
Csatary is accused of being responsible for the deportation of some 16,000 Jews to Auschwitz from the Hungarian occupied part of Slovakia in 1941,  >>>MORE<<<

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