(Sentenced to age 101 for encouraging executions in Nazi gas chambers. More than seventy years after the end of World War II, German justice imposed five years in prison on a former Nazi concentration camp warden, Josef Schuetz, the oldest person so far accused of complicity in war crimes during the Holocaust. The sentence was handed down after a trial in a court in Brandenburg in Germany. The man is accused of participating in the killing of 3,518 prisoners in Sachsenhausen camp in Oranienburg, north of Berlin, between 1942 and 1945. The charges include aiding and abetting the “execution by shooting of Soviet prisoners of war in 1942” and the murder of prisoners “using Zyklon B gas. “.