UK Paper Tracks Down The #4 Most Wanted Nazi War Criminal:
MINGLING with football fans in a pavement café, an elderly gentleman soaks up the atmosphere of Euro 2008.
Yet Milivoj Asner, out strolling with his wife, is no ordinary supporter welcoming his national side Croatia to his adopted Austrian town.
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 certainly looks fit enough to stand trial for his horrific crimes.