"The  massacre of Polish officers in the Katyn forest may have been condemned at Nuremberg as a crime against humanity, yet the man who signed the order, NKVD official Petr Soprunenko, is living peacefully in Moscow as an old-age pensioner. So are Dmitri Kopylansky, Raul Wallenberg's MGB interrogator, and General Pavel Sudoplatov, Trotsky's murderer, to name just a few. Are we to forgive them all, without even a court hearing? Are we to accept what the world firmly rejected 45 years ago?
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steve wrote:Hi Folks,
I have a question for you all.
I'm sure many of you are familiar with Katyn.
Now, I recall (possibly, incorrectly), that some Jew had his signature on the order (to execute the Poles at Katyn), and that he is living on a pension right now (as opposed to being brought up on war crimes charges, as is the case with 90-100 year old Germans).
Is that indeed the case? Was a major signature Jewish?
Any info you can post is appreciated.
Hmmm.. I've read from multiple sources, http://www.corax.org/revisionism/docume ... order.html and wikipedia that there were only 6-7 signators, 2 of them jewish (Unless you count Joseph Djugashvili) - Kaganovich and Beria. Kaganovich also helped engineer the collectivisation of the farms in the Ukraine which resulted in around 7 million deaths in a few years. He died in 1991 I believe still living happily in Russia.
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