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Richard Henry Morgan - 5/12/2004
Here's the bits and pieces. I'm not sure what the cover-up was, unless it is that only a handful were tried and convicted for what was probably a larger group.
Name Removed at Poster's Request - 5/12/2004
Ralph, what I know I heard on a radio show some years ago. If it happened the way I remembered, I imagine Geitner Simmons would already know about it.
Ralph E. Luker - 5/11/2004
Josh, Tell us more. I'm sure that Geitner Simmons would love to hear about it, as well.
Name Removed at Poster's Request - 5/11/2004
From what I recall, these SS guys ran the camps for us very efficiently, only occasionally murdering fellow German POWs with democratic sympathies. Leon Jaworski was brought in to investigate at least one of these murders, and some call that investigation his first coverup.
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