Hitler’s First Murder

Henry Makow Ph.D. – henrymakow.com March 19, 2012

To say Adolf Hitler was a psychopath and killer might seem redundant, but few know that his first murder was carried out by his own hands. It was swept under the carpet and has yet to see the light of day. Western historians are as determined as Nazis to protect the Fuhrer’s reputation. 
On Sept 18, 1931, he shot his beloved niece Geli Raubal, 24. The murder was ruled a suicide by the Bavarian Minister of Justice, a political ally.
However, Raubal’s body was badly bruised and her nose was broken. An unfinished letter indicated she was leaving her uncle’s apartment to go to Vienna. She was buried in a Catholic cemetery that would bar suicides.
(The Münchener Post, 20th September 1931)
The bisexual love triangle that led to Raubal’s murder reveals the true perverted character of a man that many “patriots” still worship.

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