Ahh, thanks for the clarification. My apologies for misinterpreting your post.
Still, this whole issue is very interesting, especially when it comes to all the unproven claims thrown into books by just about anyone.. as if talking about Nazis would somehow give the book the credibility it "deserves."
But it's very interesting, and too bad not much research has been done on Brunner's later life.. or has there been any such research that I'm not aware of? I remember when I was in California, they were showing a documentary on some channel about Alois Brunner and the rest of the Nazi "war criminals", and the "Nazi-hunter" Simon liar Wiesenthal.. they were showing photos of Alois Brunner in Damascus. So if they had taken these photos and had enough intelligence reports that indicated his location, why didn't they capture him? This seems to be a mystery..
Well, not really a mystery if you think about it for a bit. Like you said, and I totally agree with this, Brunner would've made sure that their lies were exposed.. and the very fact that revisionists were there and would've taken on his case would've been very damning to "holocaust" claims..
But I'm still interested in Brunner's "job" in Syria.. Surely he had done *something* for the Syrian government to pay for his safety & security. I doubt that they would've done it just on the basis of him being a "fugitive." Unless he had a *regular* job there and was paying for his own security..