Ernst Tremmel had been indicted of 1,075 depends of appendage to murder for his time operative during a genocide stay in German-occupied Poland from Nov 1942 to Jun 1943.
The hearing was to have started subsequent Wednesday in a western city of Hanau, with skeleton to hear a testimony of Auschwitz survivors.
“All a appointments associated to these record have now been cancelled,” a informal probity in Hanau pronounced in a brief statement.
No means of genocide was released.
Tremmel served with an SS Totenkopf section estimate a attainment of prisoners and was allegedly directly concerned in 3 transports, from Berlin, a French city of Drancy and Westerbork in a Netherlands.
“Among a deportees, during slightest 1,075 people were rigourously murdered immediately after their attainment during Auschwitz,” a Hanau probity pronounced when it announced a hearing in February.
Because Tremmel was aged 19 to 20 during a time of his purported crimes, he was to have been attempted underneath youthful rapist law notwithstanding his modernized age.
Due to his thin health, a probity had systematic hearings to be singular to 4 hours per day.
The authorised substructure for prosecuting ex-Nazis altered in 2011 with a German self-assurance of former genocide stay ensure John Demjanjuk, only on a basement of his carrying worked during a Sobibor stay in assigned Poland.
Tremmel was primarily one of 14 suspects targeted in concurrent raids by German authorities in Feb 2014 in a twilight bid to move a final vital perpetrators of a Holocaust to justice.
Last July, Oskar Groening, dubbed a “Bookkeeper of Auschwitz”, was condemned to 4 years in jail for being an appendage to a murders of 300,000 people during a camp.
But a hearing of a former Auschwitz medic in a eastern city of Neubrandenburg, 95-year-old Hubert Zafke, on charges of aiding 3,681 murders, was dangling for a second time final month due to his ill health,
raising questions over either a box can proceed.
A third man, former SS ensure Reinhold Hanning, 94, went on hearing on Feb 11 indicted of complicity in 170,000 deaths during Auschwitz.
Further investigations are ongoing.
One million European Jews died between 1940 and 1945 during Auschwitz before it was released by Soviet forces.