Mystery still surrounds Hitler's deputy's death
~ Martin Bormann .
A recent report reveals that Adolf Hitler's second-in-command, Martin Bormann's demise is still shrouded in shadows despite extensive efforts by the UK to find the politician.
Bormann, Nazi Germany's second-in-command, disappeared after the fall of the Third Reich, Germany's ruling system between 1933 until 1945, and could not be identified even after decades after the collapse of Germany's dictatorship.
Recent documents from the British National Archives demonstrate that the German leader's deputy escaped his death sentence meted out to him in absentia in the course of the Nuremberg war crimes tribunal a year after the World War II.
The British intelligence service has-long sought to capture Hitler's right-hand man who is accused of facilitating the Holocaust the National Archives files add.
Bormann's capture was crucial for the British as they wanted to establish a link between Adolf Hitler and Germany's then secret police commander Heinrich Himmler who committed suicide, dashing hopes for interrogation by the allied forces.
His possible detention could also provide information, which would lead the authorities to other senior Nazi directors who escaped unidentified, the account concludes.
Bormann spent long hours' in Hitler's company, writing down the 'reclusive' leader's ideas on various issues.
Remains of a body, found in Berlin in 1972, were officially attributed to the politician in 1973 following a number of examinations. However, many still claim that the Bormann was never found.
Adolf Hitler (R) accompanied byMartin Bormann in the Third Reich's Alpine resort home of Berghof.
Article from: PressTV.ir
Identification of the skeletal remains of Martin Bormann by mtDNA analysis
JournalInternational Journal of Legal Medicine
PublisherSpringer Berlin / Heidelberg
"Contrary to statements of an eye-witness who reported that Martin Bormann, the second most powerful man in the Third Reich, died on 2 May 1945 in Berlin, rumours persisted over the years that he had escaped from Germany after World War II.
In 1972, skeletal remains were found during construction work, and by investigating the teeth and the bones experts concluded that they were from Bormann. Nevertheless, new rumours arose and in order to end this speculation we were commissioned to identify the skeletal remains by mitochondrial DNA analysis.
The comparison of the sequence of HV1 and HV2 from the skeletal remains and a living maternal relative of Martin Bormann revealed no differences and this sequence was not found in 1500 Caucasoid reference sequences.
Based on this investigation, we support the hypothesis that the skeletal remains are those of Martin Bormann."
Article from: Springerlink.com
DNA Evidence Can Be Fabricated, Scientists Show
Scientists in Israel have demonstrated that it is possible to fabricate DNA evidence, undermining the credibility of what has been considered the gold standard of proof in criminal cases.
The scientists fabricated blood and saliva samples containing DNA from a person other than the donor of the blood and saliva. They also showed that if they had access to a DNA profile in a database, they could construct a sample of DNA to match that profile without obtaining any tissue from that person.
“You can just engineer a crime scene,” said Dan Frumkin, lead author of the paper, which has been published online by the journal Forensic Science International: Genetics. “Any biology undergraduate could perform this.”
Dr. Frumkin is a founder of Nucleix, a company based in Tel Aviv that has developed a test to distinguish real DNA samples from fake ones that it hopes to sell to forensics laboratories...
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