Investigators in northern Germany are examining a 96-year-elderly person who was engaged with the slaughter of 86 French men and young men in a town in northern France in April 1944.
Karl Münter was condemned to death in France in absentia in 1949, and can never again be arraigned for the killings.
Be that as it may, he caused shock in a TV meet when he reprimanded the unfortunate casualties for the slaughter since they fled.
He is currently being examined for instigation to contempt.
He denies shooting a shot, demanding he was just arranged to do captures. In any case, he has no second thoughts over the World War Two butcher.
He told a German TV program a year ago: “In the event that I capture the men I’m in charge of them. Furthermore, on the off chance that they flee I have the directly to shoot them.”