Irmgard F. is said to have worked as a secretary in the Stutthof concentration camp between 1943 and 1945. The 97-year-old now has to answer before the Itzehoe District Court for being an accessory to murder. However, she could be convicted under juvenile justice.
However, the 97-year-old was not willing to have a personal conversation with him, a contact had failed. "I assume that juvenile criminal law should be applied in the event that guilt should be established," explained Lux. The woman is said to have worked as a civilian employee in the commandant's office of the Stutthof concentration camp near Danzig from June 1943 to April 1945.
The public prosecutor's office accuses Irmgard F. of having aided and abetted the systematic murder of more than 11,000 prisoners through her paperwork. She has not yet commented on the allegation during the trial.