By The Associated Press – 2 days ago
BERLIN — German prosecutors said Monday they are investigating the death of one of the world’s most-wanted Nazi suspects who passed away in November before he could be brought to trial.
Samuel Kunz, 89, died on Nov. 18 in his hometown near Bonn.
At the time, a doctor determined the death was due to natural causes but an attorney representing the families of victims in the case questioned the ruling, said Bonn prosecutor Robin Fassbender. That automatically triggered the need for an investigation and autopsy, he said.