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The defendant, wearing a black suit and white shirt, her hair in a high ponytail, had her attorney speak in her behalf. Jack McMahon said his client asked him to read a prepared statement because she feared she would become too distraught. In the statement, she said the only way to express her remorse was to accept responsibility for “leaving a hole in the Mengel family.”

The defendant, wearing a black suit and white shirt, her hair in a high ponytail, had her attorney speak in her behalf. Jack McMahon said his client asked him to read a prepared statement because she feared she would become too distraught. In the statement, she said the only way to express her remorse was to accept responsibility for “leaving a hole in the Mengel family.”

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Mengele’s first wife, Irene, refused to go into exile with him after World War Two: she was most likely shocked by revelations concerning his activities at Auschwitz. They divorced by proxy. In 1955, he married Martha, the widow of his younger brother Karl. In part, this marriage was designed to keep control of the Mengele family business in the hands of the immediate family. Martha and Josef would later split, probably because they rarely spent much time together while he was on the run. Josef remained a father figure to his nephew Heinz. Josef’s real son by Irene, Rolf, never knew his father except through letters (they met once in 1957, but Mengele was introduced to the young man as “Uncle Josef.”) In 1977, Rolf tracked his father down in the jungles of Brazil. Rolf has spoken openly and extensively about their meeting, revealing that by then his father was a broken, bitter old man who regretted none of his actions at Auschwitz.

The defendant, wearing a black suit and white shirt, her hair in a high ponytail, had her attorney speak in her behalf. Jack McMahon said his client asked him to read a prepared statement because she feared she would become too distraught. In the statement, she said the only way to express her remorse was to accept responsibility for “leaving a hole in the Mengel family.”