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Why Was an American Scientist Murdered in a Nazi Bunker?

Why Was an American Scientist Murdered in a Nazi Bunker?

Suzanne Eaton brutally murdered

Suzanne Eaton was, by every standard, an accomplished woman. The 59-year-old  molecular biologist from Oakland, California, held a black belt in  Taekwondo and was a globetrotting speaker on the international science  circuit. She was married to a British scientist with whom she had two  children, and she was an avid runner, racking up several miles on her  daily 30-minute run.

Eaton, who worked as a research  leader at the Max Planck Institute of Molecular Cell Biology and  Genetics in Dresden, Germany, was last seen playing piano at the  Orthodox Academy of Crete, in Kolymbari, on July 2, where she was  attending a conference.

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