WHEREVER THEY MAY BE
© 1972, The Beate Klarsfeld Foundation
 
 
Previous Page Back  Contents  Contents Page 159 Home Page Home Page  Forward Next Page 
     
due to negligence, no request for extradition was made. On August 22, 1950, therefore, they set Lischka free. He announced his intention of going to his wife's house, 13-A Bachstrasse, Dessau, East Germany. But he soon took up residence in Cologne, and, on September 18, 1950, he was convicted in absentia to life imprisonment by a Paris military tribunal. Then France asked Czechoslovakia for his extradition – but it was too late. Fortune smiled more on the executioner than on his countless victims.
    
   
 
WHEREVER THEY MAY BE
© 1972, The Beate Klarsfeld Foundation
Previous Page  Back Page 159 Forward  Next Page