Lilian said: 'People need to think about where they are and take themselves back to that point in time when these camps were the sites of murder and genocide.'Think of the thousands of dead emaciated bodies that lay where you are stood.
Pictured: A couple post a picture from outside the infamous 'Arbeit Macht Frei' ('Work Will Make You Free') sign at the camp'It is offensive to people such as myself, whose grandparents and aunties actually perished in these horrible places.
In some instances, the case against them collapsed when victims and their families backed out of giving evidence in court following pressure from the religious community, according to the assistant DA.
Goodman worked for OHEL Children's Home and Family Services which provides care for vulnerable children and disabled adults.
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