Now a lawyer, former Colonia Dignidad resident Winfried Hempel has launched a lawsuit against the German and Chilean governments on behalf of the 90 remaining victims.
Germany and Chile have signed an agreement on the notorious cult of Colonia Dignidad founded by a pedophile ex-Nazi who fled Germany after WWII. The cult operated with impunity for decades, committing dreadful crimes.
Having met in the group stage, Germany and Chile will now battle it out for the right to be the 2017 Confederations Cup champion. Captain and coach both appear confident lessons have been learned ahead of the clash.
In Chile, Winfried Hempel is suing for compensation for hundreds of Colonia Dignidad’s victims.
Germany missed out on the chance to get Joachim Löw his 100th win as Germany head coach, but his young group of players perhaps got something more valuable. Jonathan Harding reviews the draw against Chile.
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