"He has also denied the allegations that he committed the crime. He is accused of carrying out the crime with two other Nazi-backed Hungarian soldiers. "
Even if he did not murder that boy, he was still working in support of a repressive regime. There was a Hungarian resistance movement he could have joined. But instead he decided to work for the Nazis.
Oh wait, that is too much to ask of people. To be on the right side of something. I remember getting my shit jumped on this board for suggesting everyone should have resisted the draft during Vietnam.