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Old 09-20-2019, 05:09 AM
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A'aight. You know all the names you just mentioned? Losers. Not a single one of them holds a candle to my guy.

Alexandre Villaplane was a well-known footballer (or soccer player, if you prefer) during the 1920's and the early 1930's in France. He was even the captain of the French side during the World Cup in 1930.

He was accused of fixing matches, but that wasn't proven. Then he got into horse racing and finally ended up in prison for fixing races. That isn't the juicy bit, either.

Because then, when the Nazis invaded, he went and joined them. He joined the Carlingue, known as the French Gestapo, and started counter-insurgency operations against the Resistance. He was known as a particularly brutal bastard and killed a bunch of people, stealing anything he could get his hands on meanwhile. Even the actual Gestapo eventually jailed him.

After the war he was executed in 1944.

So there you go. Do you have anything more extreme than a literal Nazi War Criminal with at least 10 proven murders to his name? I don't think so.