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The Wheels Of Justice Turn Slowly But Do Turn !

November 26, 2012

Berlin A 91 year old man has been charged with war crimes from World War Two. The Associated Press reported that the charges stem from the murder of a Dutch resistance fighter in 1944.

The man, Dutch-born Siert Bruins served time in prison in the 1980s for the wartime murder of two Dutch Jews. The resistance fighter in the present case was Aldert Klaas Dijkema who was killed in September 1944 in the town of Appingedam which is near the German boarder in the Netherlands.

Bruins accomplice in the matter was August Neuhaeuser who is now dead. The two are reported to have driven Dijkema to an isolated area and then telling him to get out of the car to relieve himself. At that, as Dijkema walked away from the car, he was shot in the back of the head twice and then two more times elsewhere for a total of four shots.

The two Nazis reported to their superiors that he had tried to escape and was shot.

A court in Hagen now has the case and will make a determination if there is enough evidence for a trial. Bruins is now in custody.