Hungarian prosecutors on Tuesday charged a 98-year-old top Nazi war crimes suspect over his brutal alleged role in deporting some 12,000 Jews to death camps in World War II.
File picture shows top Nazi war crimes suspect Laszlo Csatari, whose full name is Laszlo Csizsik-Csatari, leaving a courthouse in Budapest on July 18, 2012. Hungarian prosecutors on Tuesday charged the 98-year-old over his brutal role in organising the deportation of some 12,000 Jews to World War II death camps.
Laszlo Lajos Csatari was "actively involved in and assisted the deportations" in 1944 of Jews from a ghetto in a town then in Hungary and now in Slovakia, prosecutors said in a statement.
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