Hungarian Laszlo Csatary, suspected of war crimes against Jews during Word War Two, leaves the prosecution building in Budapest July 18, 2012. Hungarian prosecutors have detained 97-year-old Csatary on suspicion of war crimes committed in World War Two, the Budapest prosecutor's office said on Wednesday. Nazi-hunters from the Simon Wiesenthal Centre say they have provided Hungary with evidence that Csatary helped to organise the deportation of around 16,000 Jews to the Auschwitz death camp from the Nazi-occupied town of Kosice in 1944. Reuters Pictures.
A neo-Nazi Website in Hungary is offering money for information about protesters that called for the arrest of a suspected war criminal, it emerged on Sunday.
Kuruc.info promised 100,000 Forints ($450) to anyone who provided data on demonstrators who called for trial of suspected Nazi collaborator Laszlo Csatary outside his house near Budapest last week.
"We will distribute 100,000 forints among those who send us the most useful information about the [participants]," a text appearing on the Website read. "75 thousands forints have been offered by our Comrade Bela Varga who lives in America. Good hunting!"
The Website, which is full of anti-Semitic imagery, including a Nazi hammer crushing a Star of David, accused gatherers at the rally organized by a Jewish student group of conspiring to "kill Hungarians."
"They complain about various crimes when they are responsible to corrupt our country into communism and later into capitalism," the text read. "They are responsible for the death of many thousand Hungarians, for the emigration of hundreds of thousands, for the killing of six million fetuses, for the selling of the country not to speak about the genocide in Palestine and the other crimes against humanity."