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Who killed the Somerton Man, silenced Jessica and how it was all covered up ..

Two possibilities .. both warm to the touch.

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Jessica’s daughter said the Somerton Man investigation was subject to an authority higher than the police.

So who was their man on the ground?

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Strangers In Our Midst 2 .. Who was the Somerton Man?

Includes the names of Germans involved in Chemical and Biological research and who were considered suitable for post-war employment.

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Strangers In Our Midst 1 .. Who was the Somerton Man?

Post WW2 there were two distinct categories of German Nazis who settled in Australia, one being war criminals, the other scientists and technicians.

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Was the Somerton Man on somebody’s shopping list?

Some areas of expertise highly prized and eagerly sought by the British, Russians and Americans.

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Was the Somerton Man one of the many Germans working in the Salisbury Weapons Complex?

1948 - The enemy amongst us.

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8. The post-war conspiracy between the United Kingdom and Australia to secretly procure German scientists and technicians – some destined to work in the weapons development industry in Salisbury, a suburb of Adelaide.

‘Britain secretly organised the recruitment and transfer to Australia of scores of leading Nazi scientists and weapons specialists after the second world war, newly declassified Australian government papers disclosed yesterday.

The German scientists sent to Australia under a top secret Anglo-American project codenamed Operation Matchbox included SS and Nazi party members. The leading Nazi-hunting watchdog, the Simon Wiesenthal Centre in Jerusalem, yesterday demanded an investigation into the recruitments ordered by Britain and the US, and said Australia was a haven for “holocaust perpetrators and mass murderers”.

According to documents obtained by the Sydney Morning Herald, the British government decided within four months of the end of the war to poach “a limited number of German scientists and technicians… on defence research to develop military potential at Germany’s expense.”

Ian Traynor, The Guardian, August 1999.

Some of these men named below agreed to work in America, others in Australia. We have no birthdates and don’t know where and when they died. We don’t know if the Somerton Man is amongst them.

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