Report: German BND shredded papers on wanted Nazi Brunner

Germany's foreign intelligence agency, the BND, shredded more than 500 pages of documents related to wanted Nazi fugitive Alois Brunner in the 1990s, fueling speculation that he worked for the BND after the war and was being protected by senior officials, Der Spiegel reported.
According to Der Spiegel, the documents that were destroyed were mostly from the period from 1954-1964.
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