Alleged Hungarian war criminal Laszlo Csatary's assumed home
Deborah Abisror (R), an activist of the European Union of Jewish Students and an other activist show anti-Nazi stickers in front of the assumed flat of alleged Hungarian war criminal Laszlo Csatary is located in Budapest, Hungary, 16 July 2012. A British tabloid published on 15 July a report on finding Csatary in an apartment in Budapest. Csatary is accused of being a war criminal by the Jerusalem affiliate of the Vienna based Simon Wiesenthal Centre. The centre says Csatary as commander of the Hungarian gendarmerie of the then Hungarian town of Kassa is responsible for the murdering of 15,700 Jewish Hungarians by organising their deportation to the Nazi death camp of Auschwitz in 1944. The Prosecutor's Office has been invetigating the case since September 2011. The inscription at left reads Our last chance for jurisdiction. EPA/BEA KALLOS HUNGARY OUT
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