Nazi criminal Erich
Priebke attracted many conflicts, rage and insults during his lifetime,
but even now, four days after his passing at the age of 100, he still
enrages his haters from the grave.
The latest drama surrounding Priebke, a former SS officer
convicted of participating in the massacre of 335 citizens, including
dozens of Jews, in Italy during World War II, is related to his burial.
After the Catholic Church, the city of Rome,
his adopted homeland Argentina and even his German hometown all
refused to bury him, Priebke's son caused a scene when he suggesting on
Tuesday that his father should be buried in Israel.