Rudolf Hess - why was he held in Captivity - 1941-1987 for so long?

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Do you think Hess was murdered or do you think it was Suicide..

Im more drawn towards murdered
There was no way in 1987 that the Allied victors of WW2 were going to permit the last living major nazi leader reveal how Hitler was going to sue for peace with Britain.
It would have resurrected the entire shaky edifice upon which Britains war declaration was based and more importantly Americas sinister moves to keep that 1939-41 Anglo German war going once started.
 
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Er, Hess played no part in Nazi atrocities being jailed in May 1941.
He was imprisoned and and eventually murderd to conceal Hitlers peace proposals to make an early end to WW2.

His treatment and eventual probable murder after decades in prison is profoundly shameful.
That he allegedly put a rope on a ground floor window sill and hung himself from it is deeply improbable and implausible.

No he was murdered to prevent him speaking publicly.
So despite being there since the 40s they decided to kill him in 1987. Over 40 years later. While he was in a prison with no access to the outside world. Lunatic.
 

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So despite being there since the 40s they decided to kill him in 1987. Over 40 years later. While he was in a prison with no access to the outside world. Lunatic.
Listen you moron, in 1987 Hess was going to be released from prison on compassionate grounds of ill health and old age.

Once released as a free man Hess was then an immediate threat to the Allies carefully constructed war narrative that has hidden the sinister warmongering of Britain and the USA between 1939 and 1941.
Warmongering that deliberately escalated an Anglo German war into global conflict.
 

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So despite being there since the 40s they decided to kill him in 1987. Over 40 years later. While he was in a prison with no access to the outside world. Lunatic.
There was talk of releasing him and his son had lobbied for a long time, apparently the Russians did not want him out but with the decline of the soviet union there was a good chance of him been released.
If you look at the autopsy reports and pictures you will see quite conclusive evidence of him been strangled rather than hanging himself
 

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Listen you moron, in 1987 Hess was going to be released from prison on compassionate grounds of ill health and old age.
Once released as a free man Hess was an immediate threat to the Allies carefully constructed war narrative that has hidden the sinister warmongering of Britain and the USA between 1939 and 1941.
Warmongering that deliberately escalated an Anglo German war into global conflict.
More tripe. You try to whitewash Hitler.
 

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There was talk of releasing him and his son had lobbied for a long time, apparently the Russians did not want him out but with the decline of the soviet union there was a good chance of him been released.
If you look at the autopsy reports and pictures you will see quite conclusive evidence of him been strangled rather than hanging himself
There is absolutely nothing like that in the report. You just echo conspiracy stuff.
 

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There was talk of releasing him and his son had lobbied for a long time, apparently the Russians did not want him out but with the decline of the soviet union there was a good chance of him been released.
If you look at the autopsy reports and pictures you will see quite conclusive evidence of him been strangled rather than hanging himself
Of course Hess was strangled.
He was going to be released and the Allies were not going to have the last surviving Nazi leader telling explaining to the world how Britain thwarted every effort to end the war in 1941.
The Americans were not going to have that happen either.
Hess had to be killed in prison and thats what happened.
 

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Of course Hess was strangled.
He was going to be released and the Allies were not going to have the last surviving Nazi leader telling explaining to the world how Britain thwarted every effort to end the war in 1941.
The Americans were not going to have that happen either.
Hess had to be killed in prison and thats what happened.
Bulldust.
So Hess had all the "proof" for the cunning plan of the Brits/US/SU. And nobody else had no idea what was supposed to have happened?!
Why was Hess son allowed to visit him all those years- he could have spilled all the beans as soon as he had seen his father.
Your view makes no sense- and has absolutely no substance either.
 

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So despite being there since the 40s they decided to kill him in 1987. Over 40 years later. While he was in a prison with no access to the outside world. Lunatic.
There was speculation that Gorbachev would release him on compassionate grounds. Once free, he might speak to the media.

The son of Hess blamed the British for murdering his father.
 

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I am against keeping anyone in prison past 80 and the circumstances of his imprisonment were political. He may have been murdered, the idea of strangling a 94 year old in prison is revolting but intelligence agencies would not even flinch.

Bulldust.
So Hess had all the "proof" for the cunning plan of the Brits/US/SU. And nobody else had no idea what was supposed to have happened?!
Why was Hess son allowed to visit him all those years- he could have spilled all the beans as soon as he had seen his father.
Your view makes no sense- and has absolutely no substance either.
Hess telling the world as a free man and his son doing it (while they hold his father as collateral) are two different things.
 
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