How 99% of Nazi War Criminals Evaded Justice

Powerful new documentary ‘Getting Away with Murder(s)’ points a finger at the West for willfully abandoning victims of the Holocaust. Plus, British thriller ‘Ridley Road’ is set among London’s Jewish community in the 1960s

Adrian Hennigan
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It seemed like a no-brainer that I would lead this week’s TV column with the new British thriller “Ridley Road,” about a group of Jewish anti-fascists operating in 1960s London. But that was before I saw the Holocaust documentary “Getting Away with Murder(s),” a labor of love by British distributor-turned-documentarian David Wilkinson that examines how most Nazi war criminals evaded justice after World War II.

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