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Mengele #302508

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 20, 1985
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(Autenried, West Germany) Implications of United States Army intelligence documents listing Autenried, West Germany, as Nazi war criminal Dr. Josef Mengele's home after World War II discussed. [Simon Wiesenthal Center spokesperson Rabbi Marvin HIER - questions failure of United States intelligence to arrest Mengele since they knew his whereabouts.] [Former Army intelligence ofr. Erhard DABRINGHAUS- recalls independence of many United States agents, considers possibility Mengele worked with such agents.] War criminal Secret Service of r. Klaus Barbie recalled working for United States intelligence in just such an arrangement; Barbie's possible relationship with Mengele considered. [DABRINGHAUS - believes Barbie-Mengele relationship existed from 1945-49 at least and that Barbie is aware of Mengele's whereabouts.]
REPORTER: Doug Tunnell

Rather, Dan;
Tunnell, Doug

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