The most wanted nazi of the world could be caught in Budapest
Budapest, July 15, 2012
Laszlo Csatary, one of the world’s most wanted Nazis, was found in Budapest, after coming to light some photographs released by the Sun newspaper. He is responsible for sending more than 15,000 Jews to death camps.
“We knew it was him since September and The Sun photographed him with the information we provided to them,” said the head of the Wiesenthal Center, Zurof.
Zurof also expressed his hope that Csatary be arrested by Hungarian police and recalled that the alleged criminal is world’s most wanted Nazi.
In October 1944, Csatary came to power in Hungary after a coup done by the pro-Nazi party “Arrow Cross”, which served the interests of the regime of Adolf Hitler. In the last year of the war, the followers of this force gave the Nazis some 450,000 Jews who were later murdered in various camps. In 1948 he was sentenced to death for war crimes.