A retired G-man has begun a cold case investigation into who told the Nazis about Anne Frank’s Dutch hideout during World War II. Former FBI agent Vince Pankoke will lead a team of 19 top forensic experts using investigative techniques developed in the past decade, including the crunching of big data to uncover leads, The...
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