Dutch reporters questioned after Nazi complaint





Two Dutch reporters were questioned by police Tuesday after a convicted Nazi criminal complained they had violated his privacy by secretly filming him in his room at a retirement home.

Heinrich Boere, 89, was sentenced to life in prison earlier this year for killing Dutch civilians during World War II. His appeal was rejected by Germany's highest criminal appeals court on Monday, but he continues to live in freedom in Eschweiler, Germany, pending a procedure to have him jailed.

Amsterdam prosecution spokeswoman Ruth Gorissen said Tuesday the reporters for the television program EenVandaag were being questioned at the request of German prosecutors, though no formal charge has been filed....



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