Recently, I spent a few days in Berlin studying some WW II history and its aftermath. For years, Rudolph Hess was imprisoned in Spandau and then, a few years ago, according to the official line, committed suicide. He is supposed to have made a noose from old electrical cable, put it over his head, and climbed onto a cupboard. From here he is supposed to have rolled himself off, thus ending his life. According to the observations of some who were entrusted with guarding him, his health and condition were far too frail to have allowed him to have performed such a feat.
Murder and cover ups are not exactly unknown to the powers who run this world, anymore than distortions of history are. It is hardly any wonder that conspiracy theories are amongst the mainstay of café conversations!