There's a suspect, there's investigation and there are routine procedures leading either to acquiting or convicting the suspect. Allow me to cite your reaction to the things listed above: "this is the most perverse and sick idea i have ever heard of". jpw, upon second thought you will agree that there are only two possible conditions that could lead you to say this: 1. joking. 2. acceptance that certain persons are above the law. You being wholelly immersed in specific all-overriding narrative, forged continuously after 1967, makes it that you opt for the second answer. In the end of thirties there were other narratives perpetrated which led to exactly the same response. And with all its idelogical complexity, the strength of any narrative lies in one single thing: "purging" the unwanted historical content. Take collective memory courses in Lausanne's University.
from the article: Lithuania asks to quiz ex-Yad Vashem head over WWII killings