Operation Last Chance II

By Goldie G. Tobin
December 15, 2011


BERLIN — The Simon Wiesenthal Center on Wednesday launched an 11th-hour drive to find and prosecute Nazi war criminals while they are still alive, saying a new legal precedent in Germany could make it possible to bring dozens of suspects to trial.

Efraim Zuroff, the center's top Nazi-hunter, told reporters in Berlin that "Operation Last Chance II" would provide up to euro25,000 ($32,900) in reward money for information that leads to the investigation and prosecution of war criminals.


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