U.S. Paid Millions to Suspected Nazis
Take the money and scram. The Social Security Administration has reportedly paid millions in benefits to suspected Nazi war criminals. Some hid in the U.S. after World War II, taking new identities and American citizenship, but were later found and deported. A legal loophole allowed them to continue collecting benefits — in some cases, as part of a deal to get them to leave quickly. One deportee’s son believes his dad is still entitled to the money, but a congresswoman disagrees and is demanding the loophole be closed.