A secret the Department of Justice doesn't want you to know about is making news this morning.
A report from the Justice Department reveals that the United States created a “safe haven” for Nazis and their collaborators after World War II. The 600-page report explains how the CIA put former Nazis to work after the war and gives new evidence in the most notorious Nazi cases of the past three decades.
The New York Times obtained the full report. Eric Lichtblau, the Times reporter who broke the story, joins AM’s John Roberts this morning.
He explains the story behind the report and its significance.