until I pointed out that she was actually a Polish Catholic....
Julia Brystiger (née Prajs), born November 25, 1902 in Stryj, died November 9, 1975 in Warsaw, was a Polish Communist activist and a member of the Stalinist apparatus. She was also known as Julia Brystygier, Bristiger, Brustiger, Briestiger, Brystygierowa, Bristigierowa, and by her nicknames Luna, Bloody Luna, Daria, Ksenia, Maria. The nickname Bloody Luna was a direct reference of her Gestapo-like methods during interrogations[
She was the daughter of a Jewish pharmacist from Stryj.
This argument is like other your arguments. If she was killed durring WWII ... some organisations would ask for compensations ... from POLAND !!!! LOL
I see this organisations want to bear responisbility for her actions.