Written by Frank Cotolo
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Topics: Protest, Fraud

Monday, 31 May 2004

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An old Nazi get-together

PARIS -- A group of veteran Nazis who claim to have been in hiding since the end of WW II marched in Paris, protesting the anniversary of D-Day. A spokesman for the group called the event "a fraud."

"Just like the Nazi death camps, the invasion was fake," said Heinz Schtupper, who marched in full Nazi regalia. "I am not hiding anymore and everyone should know the truth."

There were seventeen men claiming to be ex-Nazis in the march. Ten of them wore Nazi uniforms and the rest were dressed like Gregory Peck in The Boys From Brazil.

"We cannot arrest them," said a French police officer, "because they are in their thirties, making it hard to believe they were Nazis in the 1940s."

"We just look young," said Adolph Luntz, who looks more Oriental than German, "and some of us are part Chinese. And some others are dentists who worked on Hitler's teeth during the war."

"We are sick and tired of this lie that the Allied Forces invaded France and took Europe back from the Nazis," said Schtupper. "There is no evidence this happened and we wouldn't believe it if there was evidence."

A spokesman from Interpol said none of the men had any history of breaking laws and that the only thing connecting each of them was the fact that at one time or another every one of them played a brass instrument with the London Philharmonic.

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