I am certain that even those who repent must still endure the pain they caused, which is to say punishment... For a long time, and perhaps yet, the Catholics would not allow the execution of the insane while in that state, because they needed to be allowed in a moment of lucidity to repent their sins...I think many of our more modern Christians welcome the chance to see some criminal suddenly dead, knowing they had no time to repent... It is most unchristian to want to send people to hell...In the old days, as fitted humanity's conception of group responsibility, many believed humanity, or at a minimum, one whole community would be judged together, and for that reason, even confession was a group, and community affair...
You are correct during the near death experience,many people have what is called the Life Review.
During the life review you experience in detail the effect/affect you have had on all the people your life touched during your life on earth. Both subjectively and objectively all down the network of the horrors or joys your life brought to yourself and others as well as the reverse of course.
So Hitler would/is experiencing all the sorrow, loss desolation terror of each everyone of his victims just as if he were living and became them himself.
God can condense an eternity into a millisecond or a second into an eternity. Think about it, Hitler would have live subjectively in real time the distress his evil empire afflicted on each person effected by the NAZI
POLICY OF DEATH AND SEPARATION . This would be his hell
Subjects frequently describe their experience as panoramic, 3-D or holographic. During a life review, the subject's perception is reported to include not only their own perspective in increased vividness, as if they were reliving a given episode itself again, but that of all other parties they interact with at each point being reviewed. Betty Eadie
's widely read account, in which she described the life as her best conception of hell, also described the life review as extending to ripples of one's life and acts out into further degrees of separation. Some believe this extension to have limitations.
The term 3D is employed to approximate the inclusion of different physical perspectives onto a scene; the intensity of a life review was described by one individual as enabling him to count every nearby mosquito; but equally common is the description of feeling the emotional experience of the other parties, including in one case virtually everyone in a room.
While some accounts appear to describe scenes as selected, others more commonly narrate the experience as including things they had, probably naturally, long ago entirely forgotten, with "nothing left out." Experiencers commonly describe the intense vividness and detail as making them feel more conscious and alive than when normally conscious.Or more pain and distress depending on the scenario they are reliving is great detail
The movie Gruesome is excellent and you should hire it from your nearest DVD store