A 98-year-old German man has been charged with being an Accessory to murder as a guard at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp during World War II. Prosecutors have accused him of supporting the killing of thousands of prisoners. The man, who remains unnamed, is facing more than 3,300 counts of being an accessory to murder. If the case goes to trial, he will be tried under juvenile law due to his age at the time of the alleged crimes. The Sachsenhausen camp held over 200,000 people between 1936 and 1945, with tens of thousands dying as a result of various factors.
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