Salomon Morel aged 86 came from the small Polish town of Grabowo. Similar to Jewish frauds like Simon Wiesenthal and Eli Wiesel, Morel claims to be an Auschwitz ‘survivor’. However new evidence documenting his life reveals that he was never interned by the Germans. In fact by 1943 he was employed peeling potatoes for Jewish partisans before moving to Jewish Bolshevik held Russia. Here he trained in the gruesome interrogation methods of the NKVD, the Jewish Bolshevik political police, before returning to Poland in 1945. Jewish Communists then put him in charge of a camp containing thousands of German prisoners including SS men, soldiers and civilians. Jewish author of An Eye for an Eye, John Sack says Morel’s “favourite method of killing prisoners was hacking the skull of his victims with a wooden leg of a chair,” according to the book. “It is quite possible that in Swietochlowice several thousand persons were murdered by Morel and his men.” Survivor Dorota Boriczek said “I knew Morel in the camp. He was a very brutal man… He would come in at night. We could hear the cries of the men then. They would beat them and throw the bodies out of the window.” In 1989, a Polish reporter found Morel living in a part of Katowice assigned for former uniformed functionaries of the Jewish Communist terror. In the early 1990s, the Main Commission for the Investigations of Crimes against the Polish Nation started an official investigation of Morel’s activities in the Swietochlowice Camp after witness articles appeared in the press. In 1994, Mr Morel sought political asylum in Sweden. This was refused. He then successfully sought sanctuary in Israel. Poland tried to extradite him 1998 on torture charges. Israel refused. So prosecutors began preparing a genocide case, for which there is no statute of limitations. In July of 2005, they received a blank refusal from Israel saying “there was no basis whatsoever” to extradite Morel. Yet a Polish prosecutor has testimony from former inmates documenting Morel’s torture of prisoners.