Mossad Gets Letter Bomb Delivered to Alois Brunner, Nazi War Criminal in Syria Hot

Mossad Gets Letter Bomb Delivered to Alois Brunner, Nazi War Criminal in Syria

Alois Brunner
Source: Wikipedia

Mossad agents manage to get a letter bomb delivered to Alois Brunner in Syria. Brunner, one of the world's most wanted Nazi war criminals, has been in Syria since 1954 or 1955. The letter bomb mangles the fingers on his left hand; it is at this point that Rifaat Assad decides that Brunner is "too hot" to keep on as an advisor.

Mary Felstiner, professor of history at San Francisco State University, describes Brunner's work in Syria:

"He has done jobs for the Syrian secret police evaluating torture machines. ...

It is said that Mengele was very elegant, a cool, calm, rational person. Brunner is just the opposite. He was extremely violent. He couldn't speak to a Jew without cursing. Every time he talked to a Jew he called the person a 'pig Jew.'"

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