British newspaper The Sun, reported a story about a Nazi executioner living out his retirement in Ingolstadt, Germany. After escaping from a Dutch prison in 1952, Klaas Faber fled to Germany, where he was protected by a law enacted under Adolf Hitler by which German citizens were to be protected from extradition for crimes committed as an SS volunteer.
Before retiring, Faber was an office worker for Audi.
the article also reports that he drives a Volkswagen Golf. Volkswagen is another manufacturer with ties to the fuhrer of the third reich. Faber was convicted of killing 22 during the course of the holocaust, but it is suspected that the number could be much higher.
– By: Stephen Calogera
Source: Drive On