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     Roy Godenau is a former G.I. who was stationed in Germany in
 the 70's.  He is married to a German woman, a fact which he feels
 has prevented the government from deporting him.  Godenau has
 been unemployed for the better part of the last 10 years.  He is
 a walking encyclopedia of Nazism and believes in classical Jewish
 and freemason conspiracy theories.  Godenau comes from Washington
 state where he attended school.  Godenau has very negative
 feelings toward the United States and more than anything else,
 wants to be a German - something the radical right is not
 prepared to do.

     Godenau uses his American passport to travel the world
 selling antisemitic and anti-masonic literature written and
 published by one Juan Maler of Argentina.  Godenau claims that
 Maler is Reinhold Kopps (see separate entry).

     Godenau played a role in the attempted overthrow of Surinam.
 During "Desert Storm," he was put under house arrest by the
 German government for allegedly supplying Iraq with information
 on NATO tank movements on the Turkish border.  Godenau has
 extensive contacts with both the Iraqi and Libyan governments and
 actually tried to enlist Ron Furey to join up.  He claims to have
 attempted to sell atomic secrets to various governments and says
 if it will hurt U.S. interests, he will forgo payment.

     Godenau claims to communicate with Willis Carto (see
 separate entry) and Mark Weber (see separate entry) who is in
 Carto's employ.  In fact, Weber called The Right Way, (actually a
 cold phone line at the Center) to authenticate Ron Furey's
 credentials.  Since there is no The Right Way and the cold line
 number was given out only to neo-Nazis in Germany, we are
 convinced that Godenau was telling the truth about his
 connections to the Carto organization.  Godenau also knows David
 Duke, Tom Metzger, and Ernst Zuendel.

     Although Godenau's ideas may be considered to be those of a
 crackpot, he speaks calmly with authority, eloquence, and
 sincerity.  Most important, he is Wolfgang Juchem's right-hand
 man and exerts very strong influence on him. (Request fascism

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