January 18, 2007

Using Modern Methods to Hunt Nazis

Harvard law student William Gray, 24, from Munster, Indiana, volunteered for two months at the Nazi-hunting Simon Wiesenthal Center in Jerusalem. On Gray's first day, he was "handed a name and they told me to see what I could do. Within the hour, I located the suspect," employing search techniques he learned in law school. In his first month, Gray located four suspected Nazis living in America.