War criminal Priebke 'could have unmarked grave in Germany'
Local official fears attracting neo-Nazis16 October, 17:56
An unmarked grave is the only option, to avoid the SS officer's tomb becoming a pilgrimage site for neo-Nazis, Ralf Holzschuher, interior minister for the region of Brandenburg where Priebke's home town of Hennigsdorf is located, told a local newspaper.
Priebke, who died aged 100 in Rome Friday, was serving a life sentence for his role in the murders of 335 men and boys, including 75 Jews, in 1944.
Controversy has raged over where to bury Priebke, who refused to repent or show any remorse for his actions.