Bruno Tesch (14 Aug. 1890 – 16 May 1946) was a German businessman and owner of the pest-control company Tesch & Stabenow. He was indicted and put on a show trial by the British for his company’s massive sales of Zyklon B to the SS, and especially to the Auschwitz Camp. Based on false testimonies and misrepresented documental evidence, Tesch was eventually sentenced to death and executed. This was a clear-cut case of judicial murder.
(For more details, see the entry on Tesch & Stabenow.)