Alegra Shami, 84, with the only photo she has of her father. She was 16 when she arrived at Auschwitz. “They ordered us to stand in a line,” she said. “A young woman grabbed me and shouted: ‘Reach out your left arm. I’m going to put a number on it. And you will remember it for the rest of your life — if you survive at all — just for as long as you manage to survive’. I’m 84 years old. My number: 76914.”
David & Catherine Birnie were two codependent perverts who used rape, torture, and murder to spice up their sex life. As is typical in such cases, the man, David, was the instigator, while Catherine was a slavish - if enthusiastic - accomplice, who helped with the murders as a way to please her man. They murdered four young women, but were arrested when a fifth woman managed to escape and gave the police all the details they needed. Both were given life in prison.
French President Francois Hollande awards Nazi hunter Beate Klarsfeld (C) and her husband Serge Klarsfeld with the Legion d'Honneur at the Elysee Palace in Paris, July 20, 2014. Beate Klarsfeld was awarded the rank of Commandeur and Serge Klarsfeld with Grand Officier.