Nazi-era doctor accused of killing children dies

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December 22, 2005 18:05

 
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Dr. Heinrich Gross, a physician who worked at a clinic where the Nazis killed thousands of children, died on December 15, his family announced Thursday. He was 91. Gross, who was implicated in nine deaths as part of a Nazi plot to eliminate "worthless lives," had escaped trial in March after a court ruled he suffered from severe dementia. No cause of death was given in a brief statement issued by his family.

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