Former camp guard at German WWII camp denies charges

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The 100-year-old former SS camp guard charged with abetting mass murder at Sachsenhausen concentration camp during World War II denied all charges on the second day of his trial on Friday. “I didn’t do anything at all in Sachsenhausen. I am not guilty, because I know nothing about it,” he told the court in Brandenburg an der Havel to the west of Berlin. Before stating his innocence, the man described his childhood and youth in Lithuania, his imprisonment as a prisoner of war with the Soviet forces and his subsequent life in Germany, under questioning from the presiding judge, Udo Lechtermann. …

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