International Search Heim

International Search Heim apparently has been hiding in South America, Spain and the Balkans. Efraim Zuroff, the Wiesenthal Center, has begun an active search for his whereabouts. Since late 2005, Spanish police found a possible new location Palafrugell. According to the newspaper “El Mundo, Heim would have been assisted by associates of Otto Skorzeny, who has organized one of the largest databases of Odessa Franco in Spain. Odessa was evidently still in force in one way or other. Press reports in mid-October 2005, suggested that the Spanish police arrest was “imminent.” In those days, however, recent reports suggested he had successfully evaded capture and moved either to another part of Spain or Denmark. In early 2006, it is believed that Heim is found in Chile, where his daughter Waltraud has lived since the early 1970s in Puerto Montt.When asked about the whereabouts of his father by the Chilean authorities, under the requests of Germany Waltraud Aribert claimed that he died in 1993. But when he tried to recover one million dollars of inheritance from him (in an account in your name), could not provide any death certificate. Heim allegedly moved to Spain after fleeing from Paysandu, Uruguay, when he was there by the Israeli Mossad. The German government is offering 150,000 for information leading to his arrest, while the Simon Wiesenthal Center launched Operation “Last Chance”, a project to assist governments in identifying and detention of suspected Nazi war criminals still alive. In the past five years, 300000 have withdrawn from their accounts and moved to Spain and Denmark. A young Italian de Palafrugell, Spain, has contacted one of the sons of Heim in the Costa Brava region of Catalonia.The money transferred from the account raised the suspicions of Israeli officials, contact the Professional Institute in the German state of Baden-W rttemberg. After the Professional Institute investigate the account, they concluded that there was money for Heim, suggesting that Heim was still alive, and that his family had lied about his alleged death in South America due to cancer. The German researchers, along with the Simon Wiesenthal Center, have discovered his secret bank accounts in Berlin in the early 2000s. They showed 1 million (680,000 pounds, 1350000) in cash and other assets. It has been assumed that Heim is still alive, and this is based on the fact that none of her three children never required any portion of this money as an inheritance. Tax records show that as late as 2001, Heim’s lawyer asked the German authorities capital gains tax refund received by him because he was living abroad.Fredrik Jensen, a Norwegian and former SS, was placed under police investigation in June 2007, accused of aiding in his escape Aribert Heim. The accusation was denied by Jensen. In July 2007 the Austrian Ministry of Justice said it would pay 50,000 for information leading to his arrest and extradition to Austria