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May 10, 2000
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Two Holocaust survivors who in 1946 tried to poison thousands of Nazi officials in an Allied prison camp can no longer be prosecuted for attempted murder, a German court ruled. The two survivors, now living in Israel, confessed recently to putting arsenic in bread supplies for the Nuremberg-Langwasser camp in southern Germany, where some 12,000 Nazis were held.

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