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Nazi Hunter Sues Wiesenthal Center – "You're PROTECTING a War Criminal" (TMZ.com)

Alex Constantine - December 26, 2011

12/25/2011 1:00 AM PST BY TMZ STAFF

1223 mark gould ex 300x175 - Nazi Hunter Sues Wiesenthal Center - "You're PROTECTING a War Criminal" (TMZ.com)Some of the most powerful Jews in the U.S have concocted a massive conspiracy to discredit a Nazi hunter who claims he uncovered some explosive new information about the Holocaust ... this according to a lawsuit obtained by TMZ.

The Nazi hunter behind the suit is Mark Gould (pictured left) -- who claims he recently managed to track down a 98-year-old former SS lieutenant colonel named Bernhard Frank (pictured below) ... and got him to admit he had a MAJOR role in the Germany's decision to exterminate the Jews.

Gould claims he thought his findings would impress the honchos at the famous Wiesenthal Center in L.A. -- a powerful Jewish organization dedicated to documenting the Holocaust -- since he had been working with them since 2004. But Gould was wrong.

Instead, Gould claims the leaders of the Wiesenthal Center ran a smear campaign against him in 2010 -- hoping to discredit Gould's findings so Frank would NOT be portrayed as a key Nazi figure.

1223 bernhard frank sub2 300x175 - Nazi Hunter Sues Wiesenthal Center - "You're PROTECTING a War Criminal" (TMZ.com)As for why the Weisenthal Center is trying to discredit Gould ... one Center official published an article saying Frank was like a secretary who prepared documents but had no real decision-making power.  The suggestion -- Nazi hunters should focus on the honchos, not the lackeys.  And the Center believes Gould is after fame, not justice.

Gould claims in his lawsuit the Center never presented any proof that would discredit his work --but still ran a defamatory campaign against him, to destroy his credibility.

Now, Gould thinks the Center should pay for the "hypocrisy and betrayal" -- he's suing for unspecified damages.

A rep for the Center tells TMZ ... they have not seen the lawsuit, and therefor cannot comment on the case.


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  1. It is wrong to go merely after big honchos, the second down and the on the ground action people should pay also. Sure the latter could be argued to be caught in a big mess beyond their control, but they could have asked for transfer elsewhere, and it was enthusiastic oppressors who were used for the dirty jobs. They could have been incompetent and inefficient on purpose, if nothing else, and probably some few were. It is good to take down the big honchos, so elites don’t feel beyond the law, but their evil could not have been done without the other people working for them at the jobs actually doing the evil. Secretaries like Frank were close to the action, he wasn’t some coffee making dictation taking cutesy poo.

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