Although not quite the skilful way you put it Mr. Laor. At my level, it occurred to me that Germany's old age homes must still have hundreds of residents who helped, without being the boss. That's worse, because Demjanjuk did his deeds as a prisoner of the Nazis, whereas those old dears did it because they were in the Hitler Jugend or party brown or blackshirts. Demjanjuk may well be a Ukrainian who hates Jews and therefore didn't mind the work he was given. But the fact remains that it was not a free choice for him, whereas for many others who got off scot-free, Nazi affiliation and approval of the party's deeds, was.
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