96-year-old woman confesses to 65-year-old murder
In 1946 the World was a different place, and it was during this time when Atie Visser shot and killed Felix Gulje, thinking that he had collaborated with Nazis. The murder went unsolved until recently, when the mayor of Leiden, Henri Lenferink, received a letter from the killer. An investigation that followed the letter confirmed that the woman was indeed telling the truth.
Sadly, it turned out Gulje had helped shelter some Jews and helped other monetarily during the war.
There is a moral in this story. There is no need to take the law into our own hands, for we may end up killing an innocent man; we have governments for that.