Nazi `Doctor Death` may still be alive

Nazi `Doctor Death` may still be aliveGerman investigators have expressed doubt that the Nazi criminal Aribert Heim, known by the nickname "Dr. Death" died. The investigation is ongoing.Information of some media that Nazi doctor-killer Aribert Heim died long ago, need to be overhauled, according to investigators from Germany.The German TV station ZDF and the New York Times in February reported that Heim died from bowel cancer in Egypt in 1992. They referred to the son who you and Nazi war criminal in Cairo. However, according to the magazine Der Spiegel, German investigators believe that the ZDF and the New York Times did not provide any evidence of death Khaimah and therefore continue to scrutinize "every lead", which can shed light on the fate of the Austrian Nazi.Circle of support Khaimah was significantly widerThey emphasize the fact that the circle of support of Alberta Khaimah at a time when he was on the run, was wider than expected so far. Heim received remittances from Switzerland and the USA, as well as letter and money through couriers.In February, the police of Germany and Austria said they're investigating the death of Aribert Khaimah, and, if necessary, ready to search for his remains. However, this can be very difficult, since, according to ZDF and the New York Times, the body of the Heim was buried in a cemetery for the poor, which was taken to a huge number of unidentified bodies over the preceding 17 years.Notorious cruelty of Alberta KhaimahAribert Heim conducted medical experiments on prisoners in the Nazi concentration camps. For special cruelty he was nicknamed "Doctor Death" and "Mauthausen the butcher.".



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