I have no intention of creating a warcrimes section on this site. Also to make it clear I have no problem discussing warcrimes on the forum provided that some key elements are met - 1) Rants and uncivil debates are not allowed; 2) personal attacks are not allowed; 3) questions and answers should be posted in the context of facts, names, dates, units, and locations, and that's about it. There are plenty of places you can discuss warcrimes until you are blue in the face, Feldgrau just isn't one of them. There are also plenty of resources available that chart out the various warcrimes committed by German units during WWII. I don't suggest those resources are biased because they don't provide operational combat details and orders of battle of German units so why should Feldgrau even remotely be considered biased because we don't chart out every warcrime that occuring during WWII? It's all about focus.
I think what the original poster was suggesting was to include mention of various warcrimes within specific unit histories. I don't disagree with this, as per my general thinking outlined above. Also keep in mind the context of unit histories on Feldgrau.com are designed to focus on operational details and not the tactical specifics (including warcrimes) that took place during WWII. To do so would either require hundreds of pages per unit or that certain tactical events were entirely left out. What is the justification from an operational point of view of including details of, for example, a massacre of PoWs in a certain battle but not discussing any other tactical details from that same or hundreds of other battles that unit took part in? Just something to consider. Again, I don't disagree that major or significant war crimes should indeed be included, just keep in mind this site and the unit histories found here are not designed to provide every possible detail. To attempt to do so would be impossible regarless if we're talking about warcrimes or battalion frontages and engagements.