Albano Laziale, Italy - Protesters shout at the hearse carrying the body of Erich Priebke, a former Nazi SS captain who ordered the slaughter of 335 Italians during World War II. He lived to be 100, and was unrepentant to his dying day, although he confessed at his 1994 trial that he personally killed two of the hundreds murdered by his order. After spending half a century hiding in Argentina, he was caught in 1994 and later sent back to Italy to serve a life sentence under house arrest. And now that's he's dead, no one - not in his German hometown, Argentina, or Italy - would agree to serve as his final resting place. Even a funeral planned in the commune of Albano Laziale by a Holocaust-denying Catholic splinter group had to be canceled after protests, and the body was reportedly taken to an Italian military base while authorities try to figure out what to do with the scorned corpse.