Former Auschwitz Guard on Trial Says He Shares ‘Moral Guilt’Breaking News
tags: Auschwitz, Nazi, concentration camps, WW II, Oskar Groening
A former Auschwitz guard has testified at his trial that he bears a moral share of the blame for atrocities at the camp, but it’s up to judges to decide whether he deserves to be convicted as an accessory to murder.
As his trial opened Tuesday, 93-year-old Oskar Groening acknowledged having helped collect and tally money as part of his job dealing with the belongings stolen from people arriving at Auschwitz.
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