Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Interview With Dutch Journalist Facing German Trial


Two Dutch reporters have been ordered to appear in a German court this week, following a complaint from a 90-year-old convicted Nazi war criminal who claims that the journalists violated his privacy by using a hidden camera to record an interview with him.
The reporters, Jelle Visser and Jan Ponsen, claim that they were serving the public interest by recording their conversation with the war criminal, Heinrich Boere, who volunteered for the Waffen SS in 1941 when the Nazis invaded his native Holland and later murdered at least three Dutch civilians before fleeing to Germany after the war.

Read - Nazi Charity Links To German Trial Of Dutch Journalists

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