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"Eichmann built him a method of exploiting people for his own purposes" Israel today

2021-03-18T14:20:02.992Z

| Around the world 60 years since the trial began, new details about the Nazi war criminal are revealed • Police officers who witnessed his monstrous character: "He has aggressive impulses and lust for power" Eichmann in prison Photo:  Milly John Although next month, April 11, will mark the 60th anniversary of the opening of Adolf Eichmann's trial, new details about the detainee who sent millions of Jews to the



60 years since the trial began, new details about the Nazi war criminal are revealed • Police officers who witnessed his monstrous character: "He has aggressive impulses and lust for power"

  • Eichmann in prison

    Photo: 

    Milly John

Although next month, April 11, will mark the 60th anniversary of the opening of Adolf Eichmann's trial, new details about the detainee who sent millions of Jews to the gas chambers continue to be revealed.

A study by the Israel Police reveals how a group of police officers was formed to secure it and was called the "Air Unit", what criteria they had to meet and how they stayed with Eichmann 24 hours a day, even when he slept, ate, showered or went to the bathroom.

Once the oppressor got angry with his guards, when they opened a window in his holding cell and pages he had arranged on the table were scattered on the floor.

Those same cops were also exposed to some of his conversations with a psychiatrist, and witnessed his monstrous nature.

"Adolf Eichmann built for him a method of understanding people for their own use for his own purposes," Dr. Shlomo Kolcher wrote in a psychiatric opinion sent to police investigators.

He has strong aggressive impulses and lust for power.

Within the framework of the Nazi Party and the SS, he gained a great deal of self-confidence, and thus found a framework in which aggression has a clear positive value. "

Despite its important and crucial role, the Air Unit does not even have a Wikipedia entry.

37 police officers began their work on the day Eichmann was transferred from the GSS to the police, on May 26, 1960, until the end of his trial in December 1961. In a policeman.

"On the evening of May 25, I met with H. from the GSS," writes Lt. Col. Yehuda Guy, who was the commander of the secure convoy that transferred Eichmann to the Jalama detention center, near Haifa.

"Together we went to the GSS facility where the detainee was held.

I entered the detainee's cell and informed him that I had to move him to the place of his new detention.

Even though I was in uniform, the detainee was shaking all over.

He barely calmed down, after I reiterated that I was a police officer and had nothing to fear. "

The oppressor was placed in a cell specially prepared for him, after the detention center had been completely evacuated.

He woke up every morning between 05:30 and 06:00, and received his meals from the police food ration for fear of poisoning.

The full article tomorrow tomorrow in Shabbat

Source: israelhayom

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