Otto Skorzeny, a committed Nazi SS commando extraordinaire had quite an interesting wartime career and post-war.
Much of his post-war career is shrouded in mystery.
A new revelation sheds some light on what he was doing and most importantly for whom, likely much to the chagrin of the Neo-Nazi set that tends to venerate him.
. . . the most astounding revelation is the Mossad agent who fired the fatal gunshots: Otto Skorzeny, one of the Israeli spy agency’s most valuable assets, was a former lieutenant colonel in Nazi Germany’s Waffen-SS and one of Adolf Hitler’s personal favorites among the party’s commando leaders. The Führer, in fact, awarded Skorzeny the army’s most prestigious medal, the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross, for leading the rescue operation that plucked his friend Benito Mussolini out from the hands of his captors.
So Hitler's top commando was recruited and working for the Mossad after the war? Mind boggling, and quite the case of strange bedfellows indeed.