A 70-year old mystery has come to an end after DNA analysis proved that the man known as "Prisoner No. 7," who spent over 40 years in Berlin's Spandau prison, was really the Nazi Rudolf Hess and not an imposter. By comparing a surviving blood sample taken from Hess with DNA from a male relative, researchers from Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the University of Salzburg made a positive match with a likelihood of 99.99 percent...
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