The woman, who was last seen leaving home in a taxi, passed out on the first day of trial on charges of 11,000+ murders.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a 96-year-old former Nazi concentration camp secretary who failed to appear on Thursday, the first day of his trial in northern Germany.
Court officials in Itzeho reportedly said that the woman, who was identified by German media as Irmgaard Furchner, “abscondingAfter leaving the retirement home where she lives near Hamburg in a taxi on Thursday morning and was haven’t seen since.
Furchner reportedly worked as an SS commander’s secretary at the Stautthof concentration camp on Poland’s Baltic coast from 1943 to 1945, where more than 60,000 people are believed to have died.
Furchner, who is facing charges of being instrumental in the murders of more than 11,000 people, was to be tried in juvenile court because she was under the age of 21 when the crimes were allegedly committed.
The Itzeho state court, in a statement issued earlier, said that it allegedly killed people in charge of the camp in the systematic killing of those imprisoned in his ceremony as a stenographer and typist in the camp commandant’s office between June 1943 and April 1945. helped and provoked them. testing.