A case against Kunz was brought before a regional court in Bonn two weeks ago, which will now decide when and how to open proceedings against him.
``It reflects recent changes in the German prosecution policy, which have significantly enlarged the number of suspects who will be brought to justice," he said.
He said Kunz was uncovered by the
"The more research that is done, the more the Nazi criminals who can be found and brought to justice," Zuroff said. "It's not too late to bring war criminals to justice."
Kunz has been living in the Bonn area, and had worked in an office of the federal construction ministry as a handyman until his retirement.
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