There is no evidence that Demjanjuk committed a specific crime. The prosecution was based on the theory that if he was at the camp, he was participating in the killings, which is the first time such legal arguments had been made in German court.
“This case is a door opener,” said Thomas Walther, who led the investigation. “It could be very soon that more are brought to the table.”
Integral to the prosecutions case was a Nazi SS I.D. card that allegedly shows a picture of a young Demjanjuk.
If historic identification with a murderous totalitarian regime merits prosecution–then the greenrooms at Maria Elvira’s and Oscar Haza’s studios should be raided daily!
Need I even hint at what the BBC, CNN, AP, CBS etc. etc. etc. –ALL reporting uncritically on this issue
,generally opine regarding Cuban-exiles who seek justice???