After all these years, they're still finding Nazi war criminals, and Poland's asking the USA to extradite a 98 year-old guy who's been living in Minnesota since his 1949 arrival.
Prosecutors in Germany shelved their own investigation of Karkoc in 2015 after saying they had received "comprehensive medical documentation" from doctors at the geriatric hospital in the U.S. where he was being treated that led them to conclude he was not fit for trial.
Karkoc's family says he suffers from Alzheimer's disease.
The head Nazi hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Center disagrees, noting that it's pretty common for such individuals to take measures to appear as sick or infirm as possible. Still, if they get him to Poland, try and convict him, Michael would just get a "life" sentence in prison - which at his age shouldn't mean much.
Unsurprisingly, his son claims it's all a pack of lies.