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How the CIA protected Nazi murderers

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  1. Jim415

    Jim415 Well-Known Member

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    Declassified CIA files have revealed that US intelligence officials went to great lengths to protect a Ukrainian fascist leader and suspected Nazi collaborator from prosecution after the Second World War and used him to stir up trouble inside the Soviet Union from an office in New York.
    Mykola Lebed led an underground movement to undermine the Kremlin and wage guerrilla operations for the CIA during the Cold War, said a report prepared by two scholars under the supervision of the US National Archives. During the Second World War, Lebed helped to lead a Ukrainian nationalist organization that collaborated with the Nazis in the murder of the Jews of the western Ukraine and also killed thousands of Poles. The report details post-war efforts by US intelligence officials to throw the federal government's Nazi hunters off his trail and to ignore or obscure his past.



    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/w...the-cia-protected-nazi-murderers-2158071.html
     
  2. Iolo2

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    It fits the way they looked after the Franco regime and still subsidise 'Israel'. You newer know when you might need a terrorist!
     
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    true
     
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    65 years ago .... lol
     
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