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How political murders interrelate
Although only a few hundred people had been involved in the listed assassinations, astoundingly there are a few interrelations and connections between different political murders.
1st Example: The Rosenberg case and the Sorge case In 1944, the German spy Richard Sorge is executed in Japan. Shortly before, his helpmate, the also-German Ruth Werner, can escape to her homeland. Both had spied for the Russian site in the fascistic nations. In the 1930s, the German nuclear physicist Fuchs escapes to Great Britain. Due to his communistic conviction, he also works for the Russian intelligence agency "Komitet gossudarstvennoj besopasnosti" (KGB, Committee for State Security). In 1953, the couple Julius and Ethel Rosenberg are executed by the USA. Both were accused to gave secrets about the atomic bomb to Russia. During the trial, the nuclear scientist Fuchs is called upon to help in this topic. In the mid of the 1950 years, Fuchs returns to Germany, namely to the socialistic GDR. There, he meets Ruth Werner. With this, a connection between the murder of Richard Sorge and the Rosenberg Case can be created.
2nd Example: Rasputin and the John F. Kennedy assassination The notorious adviser of the Russian czar family, Rasputin, had a secretary. The secretary's first name was Joseph or Leon, anyhow his surname was Rubinstein. At the beginning of the 20th century, this secretary Rubinstein emigrated to New York, USA. In 1871, a new member of the Rubinstein family is born in Sokolov near Warsaw. At the age of 22, he joins the Russian artillery. After he had married Fannie Turek Rutkowski, he probably served in Korea, China and Siberia. About the year 1898,, he leaves the army and emigrates to Canada via England in 1902. The following year, he immigrates to the United States of America. Unfortunately, we had been unable to show that both curriculum vitae described above are of the same person. Soon afterward, Jack Leon Rubinstein, son of the Sokolov-born Rubinstein and better known as Jack Ruby, is born. It was the nightclub owner Jack Ruby from Dallas who fatally shot the assumed John F. Kennedy assassin, Lee Harvey Oswald, on November 24, 1963. By the way: Lee Harvey Oswald had also been to Russia, as CIA agent in Moscow. 3rd Example: The assassinations of Rosa Luxemburg, Karl Liebknecht and Leo Jogiches After the outstanding A-Level at the Second Warsaw Women Grammar School, the engaged Polish socialist Rosa Luxemburg gets to know the also politically left-wing oriented Leo Jogiches. Both meet during their studies at the Zurich University which was the meeting place of Russian revolutionaries at that time. Their different citizenship and the camouflage prevent their marriage, but they remain a couple for some 15 years. After Rosa's death, Leo Jogiches tries to enlighten her assassination and has to pay for this with his on life. On January 15, 1919, the last edition of Rosa Luxemburg's and Karl Liebknecht's journal the "Die Rote Fahne" (The Red Flag) is published. It also contains an article of Liebknecht which ends as follows: "Whether we will still be alive when the goal is reached - our program will be. It will rule the world of freed people. In spite of everything." Yet at the same evening, he and Rosa are arrested and take to the Eden Hotel in Berlin. Rosa is brutally beaten up and dragged over the ground. Liebknecht is shot with three bullets from very close. After all, Rosa is pulled into a starting car. After some hundred meters one of the guards takes his revolver and puts it at Rosa's head. She's still alive but very weak, quietly she whispers: "Don't shoot." At the first attempt, the gun fails, but the second time it worked. Rosa is dead, but her corpus is thrown into the sludgy water of the Berlin Landwehr Canal by Reichswehr army officers. The body is found at May 31. After it had been released for burial, it is inhumed next to the grave of Karl Liebknecht.