The US/SS Nazi Connection
John Loftus says, “I was a young lawyer working for the Attorney General in Washington when President Carter asked the Justice Department to set up a Nazi-hunting unit. I volunteered.” Loftus vividly recalls, “I came across some files I wasn’t supposed to see: the classified records of the Holocaust.” The files revealed that Washington knew what was happening to the Jews in Europe. It was receiving “accurate weekly totals of the number of Jews killed as early as September 1941. To his credit, FDR did appeal to the Allies to do something about the Jewish problem. The British flatly vetoed any rescue attempts.” Later, Loftus learns that the U.S. recruited and then protected SS officers. The rationale was they had special knowledge about the USSR. Loftus blew the whistle. Told to back off by the Reagan Administration, he refused and resigned.
Recorded at the University of Colorado.
John Loftus was a Justice Department Nazi war crimes prosecutor. He is the author of The Belarus Secret, The Secret War Against the Jews and Unholy Trinity.