Publié : 4 juillet 2005
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Who were the Police Inside the Camp ?

Who were the Police Inside the Camp ?

For example, it’s something that’s incomprehensible and unbelievable : in a concentration camp as immense as that, the SS were mostly outside, and we only met the SS to count us, in the morning, and to count us in the evening, and so we almost didn’t meet the SS. Who were the police in the inside of the camp ? It was the prisoners. And who were the main prisoners ? The prisoners of The Common Law (indicates later that they were assassins). I’ll explain : here, I’ve told you, there was a number, but next to the number there was a red triangle - and in the red triangle - you were stamped there if you were a politician, and if you were French there was an “F” marked in the red. If you were a Jew you would have a red triangle, like that, but also you would have another, yellow, triangle which forms a kind of model for the Jews. At the same time, “P” was for Polish, “F” was for Belgian, etc. There were also especially green triangles, they were the “Common Law” : the guys who were arrested because they were Common Law : I emphasise this a lot because the green Common Law prisoners, who were mostly arrested in Germany, were assassins. They were in the concentration camps, they were taken out of prison and put them into concentration camps because they were assassins, they were Nazis, their service was to Nazism and they were there in order to lead us and to command us. And they had our lives or our deaths in their hands.