Case Study 27

Raoul Wallenberg

This is Raoul Wallenberg (4 August 1912 – disappeared 17 January 1945). Wallenberg was a Swedish diplomat to Budapest who issued passports to, and hid, Jews on the embassy grounds. He was able to save tens of thousands of Jews from the holocaust. It was believed he had ties to US intelligence. Near the end of the war he was taken prisoner by the Soviet Union. The Kremlin issued a statement saying he had died suddenly while in custody.

There have been numerous theories about his disappearance and reported “sightings” of him in mental institutions up until 1987. Vyacheslav Nikonov was charged by the Russian government with investigating Wallenberg’s fate in 1991. “He concluded that Wallenberg died in 1947, executed while a prisoner in Lubyanka. He may have been a victim of the C-2 poison (carbylamine-choline-chloride) tested at the poison laboratory of the Soviet secret services.

Robert Munger

This man is Robert Munger (Nov 30, 1940 – June 10, 2020). Munger was a programmed child molester from southern Washington State. He was sentenced, at the age of 70, to 43 years in prison by the Cowlitz County court. He was beaten to death by fellow inmates at a prison in Spokane County.