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November 15th, 2010
07:24 AM ET

U.S. govt. created Nazi 'safe haven' post-World War II, report reveals

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.

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  1. redrascal

    Heh, naturally is Bush's fault.. but..hang in there barking moonbats...

    November 15, 2010 at 12:37 pm |
  2. Byrd

    The Bush boys are indeed neck-deep in thier support of Nazis before, during and afte trthe war. At the CIA, Bush Sr. worked with, and probably worshipped, Reinhard Gehlen, a former Nazi intelligence chief who brought his Nazi philosophies with him. Many of the so-called intelligenia in this country and in England were ardent Nazis and felt we had fought the wrong enemy in the war. Domestic spying by the NSA and our new Gestapo-like Department of Homeland Security with their barb wired Fusion Centers are just the latest manifestations of this tyrannical philosophy the Bush's champion. The next war a Bush starts will be a civil war for which they're already preparing.

    November 15, 2010 at 11:58 am |
  3. Warren G. Richards

    For years now, going back to CNN's show Talkback Live and further, I've been suggesting people look back into the dark history of Prescott Bush and other ditties, and with today's willingly ignorant Teabaggers as the Republicans' current lemmings, after all the divisive junk that the GOP has tried distracting the world with, I find saying and writing "Told ya so" is nowhere near as satisfying as it was decades ago. Hang in there if you can, everyone. –Warren G. Richards, Mesa AZ

    November 15, 2010 at 7:46 am |