"Israeli film director Arnon Goldfinger discovered that his grandparents, Kurt & Gerda Tuchler, were close friends
with a top Nazi official, Leopold von Mildenstein"... => www.rense.com/general86/nzz.htm
=> www.amazon.com/51-Documents-Zionist-Collaboration-Nazis/dp/1569804338
This story is short and sweet, following the links in the article go a bit more in depth.
After changing its story many times, the US now admits that it intentionally threw bombs, for more than an hour, at the now famous Doctors Without Borders hospital, proving accurate the assessment of DWB staffer Meinie Nicolai, who said the US attack was “a premeditated massacre.”

Reasoning: doctors were treating people indiscriminately. Investigators were in the tank, so they were doing their job, right?

I am not well versed in property rights laws, but this seems messed up. Sure it is an anomaly of a situation, but why not do it 60 years ago when you expressed interest? They probably could not until recent changes.

Couldn't find any reading about their processes in the courts, even though this battle has been going on for quite some time.

Other links: http://wideawakenews.com/2015/09/04/family-near-area-51-fights-back-after-government-tries-to-confiscate-property/


You make the rules for us, and we make you happy.
"For an act to constitute “torture” it must satisfy each of the following five elements in the definition of torture set forth at 8 C.F.R. § 208.18(a): (1) the act must cause severe physical or mental pain or suffering; (2) the act must be intentionally inflicted; (3) the act must be inflicted for a proscribed purpose; (4) the act must be inflicted by or at the instigation of or with the consent or acquiescence of a public official who has custody or physical control of the victim; and (5) the act cannot arise from lawful sanctions." http://w
But who let him in? How did he buy all of this gear? Why would he booby-trap his place and then alert the authorities about it? Wasn't there a second gas mask? What about the initial witnesses?
More than 1,200 guns and an estimated two tons of ammunition were discovered at the upscale Southern California home of a man who was found dead inside an SUV last week, police said.