A 96-year-old Dutch woman has confessed to the 1946 murder of a construction worker who had been considered for a top political post, officials said Wednesday. The woman, Atie Ridder-Visser, wrote a letter to the mayor of Leiden, Henri Lenferink, confessing to the high-profile murder of Felix Guljie, and two subsequent interviews revealed she was telling the truth. Ridder-Visser said she believed Guljie had been a Nazi collaborator, so she went to his house and shot him in the chest before running away. In fact, Guljie had been a member of a resistance group and sheltered several Jews and gave money to others to hide, although there were people employed by his company that were Nazi collaborators. Lenferink said Ridder-Visser is “very frail,” so she will not be prosecuted for the murder.