The Huffington Post never misses a story about Nazi war criminals, possibly because they know of the reaction that it produces. This latest example is about Laszlo Csatary, who worked as a police chief in an internment camp. He was convicted of war crimes and sentenced to life in prison, which at 97 years old seems like justice delayed but there you go.
Anyway quite a few of the comments were about the usual "what's the point of going after old men," and "what about XYZ" which were not related to the story. Other forms of anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial were far more blatant, and were fully approved by the Huffington Post moderators.
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