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Nazi’s right to work suspended

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The convicted Nazi who received permission to travel to work in his attorney’s office had that right suspended.An Italian military judge revoked a permit allowing Erich Priebke, 93, to work outside his home until “a competent
judge takes a decision on the basics of the case,” the European Jewish Press reported. The judge determined that Priebke and
his lawyers did not properly communicate how and when Priebke would
travel from his home, where he is under house arrest. Priebke was working as a translator and clerk Priebke was convicted in 1997 for his role in a 1944 massacre outside Rome that killed 335 civilians. On Monday, about 100 Jews protested when Priebke arrived to work on a motorbike .

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