No. I don't think so. They had Amon Goeth waiting on a death sentence for mistreating prisoners in his command and he was confined to a padded cell where the Soviets found him when the war was over and carried out the sentence. The Germans didn't go for that sort of thing, they had two putsches in their own ranks to clean the perverts out when Hitler was in power. Baby buggery was not on the list of their Aryan ideals.
Perhaps German rule would have been inhuman but I don't see how it could have been worse than this.
If you read the article carefully you will see the Kray brothers come up again, apparently serving the same sort of function as the thugs working covertly for the OPC corporation in the first Robocop movie. This is why Jimmy Savile was correct in asserting he would never be charged. He was right about that.
Don't you wish sometimes there really were superheroes driven purely by virtue that could apprehend these people who believe they are outside the law? I know I do. Paul Verhoeven's earliest concept for Robocop was "Jesus Christ with a gun." That's the thing about the remakes. The gay directors who make these reboots don't understand the attraction of the previous films. All they see is somebody who does not need to practice impulse control. The real attraction of Robocop, Superman and the original Spiderman is that they are fundamentally good people who put the law above their own desire for revenge or retribution. That's why the remakes stink so badly.