When it came time for Heinz Nieder, to go to prison for the rest of his life, the local authorieis sent him a letter (g). We now have another example of the German authorities' never-ending, relentless, embittered, near-frenzied search for the truth: art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt. He deceived the Munich prosecutors' office using one of the most devious strategems imaginable:
"State prosecutors insisted that Mr Gurlitt had 'gone missing'. However, the reporters said Mr Gurlitt had been at home all the time and had simply refused to answer the door."