The Ogden-Standard Examiner, Ogden, Utah, Friday, August 3, 1945
2A THE OSDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER Friday'""livening, -August 3, 1945 G-Man lee Trails NaziSlayers Â· Â· ' Â· " . . . " v " ' Of Allied Airmen DARMSTADT, Aug. 3 CUP) -Gol. Melvin Purvis, former ace G-man who helped Â· tra'ck- .down John Dill'inger,'- is now on the of German mobs that are known have killed hundreds of allied airmen after they had been shot in reicb. territory. Purvis is looking .through the army's secret file;: and he is expected to recorhrhen'd -some technique, technique, similar to.the G-men's,system, G-men's,system, for digging "but the criminals. There is one . case where an American" flyer had both eyes knocked out by -a crowbar. . Murdered Pilot' .. Â· There is another .where 10 maidens" murdered a'.British pilot by kicking him in .the groin. Â·- Lieut. Gen. Wade Haislip, 'Sev-. enth army commander,--new is reviewing reviewing the evidence of the recent trials at Darmstadt and .is, expected to name a place and date for executions soon. Two German women and five men were found guilty ' 'of ' clubbing" to death American-.-aviators in the village of Russelheim; They were sentenced sentenced to death. .Â· I learned last night that .only two hours after these six Americans Americans were 'murdered,- eight British and Canadian Â· aviators were . attacked attacked arid mauled so badly that looked as if their deaths would added to. the village's already bloody, record. Crowd Quit . The crowd quit, however, when a wehrrhacht Major Kirclmer his pistol and threatened to fire. S. S. Brigade Chief Hille and Lieut. Gen. of Police Stroop had Kirchner broken in rank because of-this. Both are on the war criminals criminals list now, charged with repeatedly repeatedly urging the killing of imprisoned imprisoned airmen. - It is believed there are a, thousand thousand such-war crime cases yet'to handled in the American .zone.