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Johann "Hans" Breyer can await the outcome of his extradition fight at his Philadelphia home if he is released from the hospital, a judge ruled Monday, reversing his ruling on bail because of Breyer's condition.
"I didn't do anything wrong," Breyer said in a 2012 interview with The Associated Press. prosecutors said that Breyer would have known people were being killed even if he was stationed outside because of the "continuous smoke and smell of burning human flesh" from the death chambers. He neither deserted nor sought a transfer to the front lines, they said.
of the camp," his lawyers wrote in a brief filed Friday that argued against his extradition. "The only interaction Mr. Breyer had with the prisoners was on three or four occasions he escorted some prisoners to a work site. This was the extent of his interaction with the prisoners."
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Breyer is married and has adult children and grandchildren. He has led a quiet, middle class life over several decades in northeast Philadelphia. The warrant accuses Breyer of 158 counts of accessory to murder one count for each trainload of victims taken to the Auschwitz death camp in occupied Poland from May 1944 to October 1944.
In the extradition case, his lawyers argue that he had no choice but to report when he was conscripted and that he later wanted to desert but feared he would be executed.
"As an armed guard in the Death's Head Guard Battalion at Auschwitz II Birkenau, Breyer's responsibilities involved preventing the escape of the civilian Jewish men, women and children," Roshes All Black Womens
PHILADELPHIA (AP) An 89 year old Nazi war crimes suspect who was jailed while awaiting extradition to Germany has been granted bail after being hospitalized.
German prosecutors in the Bavarian town of Weiden hope to try Nike Roshe Women Black And Grey Breyer on charges of aiding in the deaths of more than 200,000 Jews killed at the Auschwitz death camp. Breyer has said that he was forced to work there as a guard in his teens but that he never took part in the mass slaughter.
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June 17 arrest. They said he suffers from heart problems and dementia and has had a stroke in recent years. And they said he has only vague memories of his wartime service.
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Breyer, a retired toolmaker, has lived in Philadelphia since 1952. He was born in a farming village in modern day Slovakia to an American born mother. efforts to be stripped of his citizenship when a judge said he had entered the Waffen SS a few weeks before his 18th birthday.
Court filings do not detail what led to Breyer's hospitalization or where he is being treated.
prosecutors wrote. "Breyer was promoted at least once and granted home leave twice while stationed (there)."
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