The Case / by Birthe Templin

Years ago I interviewed a female concentration camp guard. That women was charged for aid for murder. At the time of the prosecution I was traveling and not taking care about news and the world - the articles in the press just passed by me. The indictment was discontinued due to lack of evidence but in 2016 the appeal was resumed and, until now, it is floating in the open. After the screening of What remains someone came up to me and told me about it. And it turns out that my material contains new details and facts which underline her involvement. I am very curious about how the prosecutor will decide: if he will take the case on trial or let it just fade out. Like so many other cases - too many other cases.