Family is valuable especially as it is a man’s source of happiness and meaning in life. With that said, a man would do anything to protect or bring justice to wronged love ones. This proves to be true, when Andre Bamberski’s family was abused by a German doctor. He spent 30 years of his life planning a vendetta to get back at the culprit.
Andre lived in France during the Nazi occupation of World War II, although he was captured by the Germans and moved through Germany and Poland, he escaped the terrible fate that befell many others. In the 70’s he worked as an accountant and had a wife named Daniele and two children in Casbalanca, Morocco. His family met a German Doctor named Dieter Krombach, who later on seduced his wife, they eloped and took Andre’s children.
In Germany Andre’s daughter, Kalinka, was mysteriously found dead in her bedroom in 1982. After further investigation, Andre found out that that Dieter had raped her at times the doctor would give her sleeping pills and injections. His daughter died when Dieter poisoned Kalinka. His former wife Daniele did not know about this as the Doctor had apparently brainwashed her. Dieter was arrested but was freed after courts declared that the evidence was not enough to prove him guilty.
Andre disheartened by his family’s loss and the injustice of the courts. In fury, he was determined to get back at the Doctor in his own way. But he wasn’t able to do it because the murderer had hidden himself for years.
In 2009, Andre still desired for revenge that he used up all his life savings to hire a group of men to kidnap the doctor. They were able to capture and bring him to France. But Andre did not get away with his scheme, he was arrested and sent to jail for kidnapping the doctor. He was given a one-year sentence. Dieter was thrown back to the courts with the help of the hired men and was convicted of Kalinka’s murder as well as multiple counts of sexual abuse. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison.
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