The Savagery of U.S. Criminal Justice, Part II
The Love that Just Dared Speak its Name

The Controversial Austrian Statesman at 81

In 1970, the German government received information that the controversial Austrian statesman may have survived the fall of Berlin and resettled in southeast Romania. The federal prosecutor secretly commissioned an anthropologist, gerontologist, and German photorealist painter to produce an age-progressed painting of the Führer for use on wanted posters.

The result:

Dieses Antlitz!
Later investigation revealed that the supposed dictator was actually a Transnistrian yakherd, and the painting was quietly shelved, until now.