Hitler is still alive, declassified CIA

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CIA files that were declassified, shows that Hitler were alive more than 10 years after World War II.

It is believed that Nazi dictator did not do suicide, but fled in Columbia. This were told on a US agent from a “trust” source. Even the suspect image were presented, scanned and sent back to CIA.

Despite him officially being recorded dead by the Allies, conspiracy theorists still believe that he survived the World War II.

This disclosure comes from JFK files, hoping to shed some light on his assassination in Dallas in 1963.

Here is some of the files:


Does this document prove Hitler’s fake death?

On 03th Oct. 1955, marked “secret”, the memo was wired from the head of CIA’s bureau in Carcas, Venezuela.

The document was sent to the head of spy agency’s Western Hemisphere Division, who wold have been Joseph Cadwell King.

Cardwell King advocated the assassinations of Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, and was also instrumental in overthrowing Brazilian president Joao Goulart in 1964.

Agent with codename Cimelody-3 claimed that a former member of Hitler’s brutal secret police the SS claimed Hitler “is still alive”.

Philip Citroen (the troper) is said that he was in contact with Hitler once a month.

In document is said “[Citroen] also stated Hitler left Colombia for Argentina around January, 1955. Citroen commented that inasmuch as ten years have passed since the end of World War 2, the allies could no longer prosecute Hitler as a criminal of war.”

Cimelody-3 requested a photo that was sent to him. On that photo was Citroen with a man with a chilling resemblance to the Furher.

On the Central Intelligence Agency’s website this *document makes an explosive.

“CIMELODY-3 [a code name]was contacted on 29 September 1955 by a trusted friend who served under his command in Europe and who is presently residing in Maracaibo,” on October 3, 1955 the acting intelligence chief in Caracas, Venezuela sent to his supervisor days later. “CIMELODY-3’s friend stated that during the latter part of September 1955, Phillip CITROEN, former German SS trooper, stated to him confidentially that Adolph HITLER is still alive.” It continued, “CITROEN commented that inasmuch as ten years have passed since the end of World War II, the Allies could no longer prosecute HITLER as a criminal of war.”

“The source thought it worthy of sending up to HQ which is notable,” a source in the Department of Defense tells me. “Even at the time, those guys had to do a lot of separating the wheat from the chaff.”

“On 28 September 1955, CIMELODY-3’s friend surreptitiously obtained the photograph CIMELODY-3 referred to. On 29 September 1955, the photo was shown to CIMELODY-3 for purposes of getting his reaction to the possible veracity of this fantastic story.”

Photo that is attached is showing ‘Adolf Schrittelmayor’ sit next to a companion. “The person on the left is alleged to be CITROEN and the person on the right is undoubtedly the person which CITROEN claims is HITLER. The back side of the photograph contained the following data: ‘Adolf Schrittelmayor, Tunga, Colombia,1954.’”

On that photo the men is clearly resembles the Nazi leader who committed suicide on April 30, 1945, in his bunker in Berlin, to avoid being captured by the Red Army.

Theories is not from Colombia, but from Argentina. And it was widely presumed he would be heavily disguised.

The United States Secret Service issued images in 1944 about how he might try to disguise himself. The Soviets and then the Russian Federation claimed for years to have some remains of Hitler, though the bodies of both he and Eva Braun, his longtime lover, were hastily cremated. Still, Moscow claims they recovered partial remains. But the Russians were embarrassed in 2009 when an American scientist was allowed to examine the skull for an hour claimed the skull was definitely female, not male, and from a person aged 20 to 40, not 56, Hitler’s reported age of death. The Russian FSB fiercely denied this account from Nick Bellantoni of the University of Connecticut.

“The Soviet story of handling them shortly [after the suicides]is fraught with inconsistencies,” the Defense official argues. “It would appear both the USSR and the U.S. seriously considered that he was not dead. It was the Wild West when Berlin fell. Some senior Nazis gave fake names and survived as unnoticed regular soldiers in Soviet camps, some were rumored to have dressed similar-looking dead bodies in their uniforms, some used the preexisting exfiltration networks to get out. … There are age-advanced photos out there of Hitler, put out by U.S. intelligence.” Still, when pressed, the official put the chance that Hitler actually escaped to South America at five percent. “While suspicious and out of character the KGB story is much simpler and more plausible than him living for years in South America.”

Still, in the week the administration dragged out the declassification of all its JFK assassination files for another six months.



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