- "At No 4 on the list of most wanted Nazi war criminals, he instead stands accused of deporting hundreds of Jews, gypsies and Serbs to World War II death camps.
And he has been spared extradition only after Austrian officials insisted he was too poorly to face charges in Croatia of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
Asner, who lives under an assumed name in Croatia’s European Championships base of Klagenfurt, is the subject of an international arrest warrant and on Interpol’s Most Wanted list.
The Sun tracked down the 95-year-old former police chief and Gestapo agent and secretly filmed him as he strolled confidently for more than a mile, arm-in-arm with second wife Edeltraut.
Walking without a stick, he even roamed 8th May Street – named after VE Day.
He stopped several times to sit in cafés, chatting to waiters and sipping leisurely drinks alongside excited football fans. He was ignored by hundreds of armed police patrolling the streets, even though locals KNOW his real identity – and the unspeakable crimes for which he has yet to face justice.
The scenes made a mockery of Austria’s insistence that Asner is too sick to be sent home.
Yet ironically, on the day we captured his carefree three-hour outing, the country’s officials restated their decision to protect him from trial. ..."
Asner, found living under the name Georg Aschner, confirmed his true identity to reporters, according to The Sun, but called the allegations against him "hilarious."