Wanted Nazi war criminal 'executed by death squad'

15th October 2007, Comments 0 comments

15 October 2007, PARIS - Aribert Heim, one of the most wanted Nazi war criminals still thought to be at liberty, was hunted down and killed by a Jewish death squad in 1982, a new book claims.

15 October 2007

PARIS - Aribert Heim, one of the most wanted Nazi war criminals still thought to be at liberty, was hunted down and killed by a Jewish death squad in 1982, a new book claims.

In Ni Oubli Ni Pardon - No forgetting, No forgiving - Mr Baz said that he joined "The Owl" out of a desire to avenge family-members killed in the Holocaust. The group reportedly carried out several assassinations of Nazis who had sought refuge in the US.

The Simon Wiesenthal Centre has said it doubts Mr Baz's claims. However, the Israeli has said he believes it is now time to call off the hunt for Heim.

The Austrian's bank account in Germany continues to accumulate pension payments because has never officially been declared dead. "It is time to blow the final whistle," said Mr Baz.

Heim has been 'spotted' in recent years supposedly living on the Costa Brava and the Costa del Sol.

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