Agents Found With Letters From Catholic Leaders
From Our German Correspondent Two agents of the German Secret Police, Henrich Muller and Hugo Roemer, have been sentenced at Zurich to terms of imprisonment and banishment from Swiss territory for plotting against the life of Dr. Bruening, former German Chancellor.
Though no attempt at murder was made, I understand that Willer's plans became known to the Swiss police after he had succeeded in making the acquaintance of the former Chancellor.
Milner had letters of recommendation from well-known Catholic leaders inside and outside Germany who obviously did not know what kind of person be was. I
met him myself shortly before he went to Switzerland and found him so well-informed about many things and so warmly recommended by trustworthy people that I should never have believed him to be an agent of Herr Himmler's kidnapping, murdering and espionage organisation.
A case of this kind is not unusual. In one continental country a relief committee for Catholic refugees from Germany was set up. Some time afterwards one discovered that the secretary of the relief committee was an agent of the Gestapo.