Simon Wiesenthal Center Confirms Receipt of Donation from Anthony Scaramucci

$25K Donation Earmarked for the indictment of Nazi War Criminals in Germany

October 24, 2017

The Simon Wiesenthal Center confirms it has received a $25,000 contribution from former White House Spokesman Anthony Scaramucci. Center officials are designating the money to bolster efforts by its Nazi Hunter, Jerusalem-based Efraim Zuroff. Zuroff is reviewing new lists of Nazi War Criminals who forced Jews into the Nazi Death Camp's Gas Chambers and is also pressuring German authorities to indict surviving members of the infamous Einsatsgruppen who mass-murdered hundreds of thousands of Jews in Eastern Europe during the Nazi Holocaust.

“Even at this late date, a single indictment, a single trial can educate 21st Century youth about the depths of the Nazi barbarity during the Shoah’” Center officials emphasized.

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