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COMMENT: A new film focuses on the work of Fritz Bauer, a German Jew and Holocaust survivor and his efforts to have Eichmann prosecuted. Ultimately, Bauer’s information was communicated to Israel, who kidnapped, tried and executed Eichmann. The difference between the world of movies and real life couldn’t be more dramatic:
- As discussed in FTR #558 , Eichmann worked on contract for the Gehlen “Org” and, by extension the CIA.
- As discussed in Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile , the Argentine Jewish community was so upset  about this that no such Israeli intrusion into Argentina in pursuit of Nazis was ever permitted again. ” . . . So much emphasis is placed on select Jewish participation in Bormann companies that when Adolf Eichmann was seized and taken to Tel Aviv to stand trial, it produced a shock wave in the Jewish and German communities of Buenos Aires. Jewish leaders informed the Israeli authorities in no uncertain terms that this must never happen again because a repetition would permanently rupture relations with the Germans of Latin America, as well as with the Bormann organization, and cut off the flow of Jewish money to Israel. It never happened again, and the pursuit of Bormann quieted down at the request of these Jewish leaders. . . .”
- Bauer was rewarded for his efforts by assassination  by cyanide spray, courtesy of Bormann’s security chief Heinrich Mueller, former head of the Gestapo: ” . . . One such termination was Fritz Bauer, formerly attorney general for the State of Hesse in Frankfurt, a survivor of Auschwitz and the man who tipped off the Israeli Mossad about the presence of Adolf Eichmann in Buenos Aires, who was killed on orders of General Mueller. His body was found in his bathtub and listed as “death by heart attack” by the Frankfurt police. The real cause: cyanide spray that induces heart stoppage without detection, the same modus operandi that Mueller used to kill the Bormann stand-ins who were placed in the Berlin freight yards in late April of 1945. . . .”
. . . . Based on real people and events, this tale finds [Fritz] Bauer, a German Jew, serving as an attorney general in West Germany in 1957. Part of his work is to track down former Nazi officials, and he’s increasingly thwarted by superiors and underlings who are still sympathetic to the Third Reich.
Bauer receives word that the war criminal Adolf Eichmann may be hiding in Argentina, setting off an investigation that leads to death threats and more obstructions. Everyone here–ally or enemy–has an agenda, a motive, a secret, an excuse. . . .
. . . Israeli agents who move too closely to these centers of power are eliminated. One such termination was Fritz Bauer, formerly attorney general for the State of Hesse in Frankfurt, a survivor of Auschwitz and the man who tipped off the Israeli Mossad about the presence of Adolf Eichmann in Buenos Aires, who was killed on orders of General Mueller.
His body was found in his bathtub and listed as “death by heart attack” by the Frankfurt police. The real cause: cyanide spray that induces heart stoppage without detection, the same modus operandi that Mueller used to kill the Bormann stand-ins who were placed in the Berlin freight yards in laate April of 1945.
Mueller’s ruthlessness even today is what deters Artur Axmann from altering his testimony that he saw Bormann lying dead on the roadway the night of their escape from the Fuehrerbunker, May 1–2, 1945. . . .To this day, Axmann, the only so-called living witness to the ‘death’ of Bormann in Berlin, knows his life is in jeopardy if he reverses himself. General Mueller is thorough and has a long memory, and for a Nazi such as Axmann to go against Mueller’s original directive would make him a traitor; retribution would surely follow. . . .