Monday, November 22, 2004


Dr. Josef Mengele's Diaries and Papers

Police in Sao Paolo, Brazil recently discovered papers and diary entries of the late Dr. Josef Mengele, otherwise known as the Angel of Death, for his ghastly experiments on prisoners in the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland during World War II.

The diary material and letters, found last month on the tenth floor of the federal police building in São Paulo, were seized in 1985 from the home of a German couple who hid Mengele in Brooklin, São Paulo and from a house outside the city where the Nazi once lived.

The papers, which will be exhibited at the National Police Academy in Sao Paolo show the doctor (who died in 1979) to be unrepentant to the very end.

Personally, I think it's really too bad that this man died, most likely in his home, of old age related complications, whereas his victims were shot, gassed and cremated. It's the same with Arafat. Lots of people are happy that he's dead. But I think he got off quite easily, dying in a private room in a Paris hospital surrounded by his entourage. His victims never had that luxury.


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