FBI Hunts War Criminals Long After WW II's End The U.S. government recently deported Elfriede Rinkel for working at a concentration camp during World War II -- even though after the war, she married into a Jewish family and lived in San Francisco for decades without incident.
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FBI Hunts War Criminals Long After WW II's End

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FBI Hunts War Criminals Long After WW II's End

FBI Hunts War Criminals Long After WW II's End

FBI Hunts War Criminals Long After WW II's End

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The U.S. government recently deported Elfriede Rinkel for working at a concentration camp during World War II -- even though after the war, she married into a Jewish family and lived in San Francisco for decades without incident.

FBI Nazi hunter Eli Rosenbaum talks with Mike Pesca about this deportation, and pursuing Nazis so long after the Holocaust.