Most Wanted Nazi Dr. Death’s Later Life and Death Uncovered

The story of Aribert Ferdinand Heim aka Dr. Death, a member of the Waffen-SS during World War II, has been uncovered after decades of searching. In a briefcase that was given to the New York Times and German television station ZDF by a hotel in Cairo, Egypt, it was discovered that Mr. Heim lived much of his later life in that country.

After converting to Islam, Mr. Heim changed his name to Tarek Hussein Farid. Somehow he managed to continue to correspond with his family in Germany in lengthy letters and receive money from family members in Germany without being caught by his hunters. According to a death certificate and witnesses, Mr. Heim passed away in 1992. His son Rudiger Heim was present at his father’s death.

Rudiger Heim will escape criminal charges for sheltering his father from police because of a German law that excuses people from having to provide evidence against their family. Read more about Mr. Heim’s atrocious war crimes and later life in the New York Times or the United Kingdom Telegraph.

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