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The team investigating the betrayal of Anne Frank’s family uncovered a note that identified a potential betrayer by name. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Dutch investigative psychologist Bram van der Meer tells @jon_wertheim what kind of person he thinks would have given the Nazis the addresses of Jewish families in hiding. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Artificial intelligence played an important role in investigating the betrayal of Anne Frank’s family. The system used by investigators combed through documents, photos, even entire books. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Meticulously kept government records once used by the Nazis to identify Jews living in the Netherlands are now preserved in the Amsterdam City Archives. They became a major asset for the team investigating the betrayal of Anne Frank’s family. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
“When you take a look at the threats, the question isn’t: what caused the raid. The question might be: how did they last more than two years without being discovered?” says Vince Pankoke about the Frank family’s hiding place in the “Annex.” cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Anne Frank’s family, along with four other people, was discovered in hiding by a Dutch police unit led by an SS officer. All were sent to concentration camps. Otto Frank, the lone survivor, was, for a time, determined to find out who betrayed his family. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
A retired FBI special agent and a team of investigators believe they’ve solved one of the world’s most well-known and tragic cold cases: who betrayed Anne Frank and her family. @jon_wertheim reports. youtu.be/1pO_nERBqKo
 
“This is the bookcase. It was used to camouflage the entrance to the hiding place.”

Historian Dr. Gertjan Broek showed us the “Annex” — a space behind an Amsterdam warehouse — where the Frank family and four others went into hiding from the Nazis. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
After three decades with the FBI, Vince Pankoke was retired in Florida when he got a call to lead what could be one of the biggest cases of his career: investigating who betrayed the hiding place of Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
In analyzing the person who might have tipped off police to the location of Anne Frank and her family, investigators adapted a standard law enforcement axiom in assessing suspects and looked for "knowledge, motive, opportunity." cbsn.ws/33IcjeS
Anne Frank's betrayal: Investigating other suspects
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"When you hear these records, you're hearing exactly what happened and is documented in that room."

Country artists Chris and Morgane Stapleton gave 60 Minutes a look into their collaborative creative process with producer Dave Cobb. cbsn.ws/3FDnaUJ
 
 
On the next edition of 60 Minutes, @jon_wertheim reports on how hedge funds and other financial firms have swallowed up newspapers, closing newsrooms and slashing staff. A look at a local news landscape where headlines and deadlines have given way to bottom lines. ⏱ pic.twitter.com/ALxcVphB0w
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A programming note: Due to the scheduling of CBS Sports coverage of playoff football, 60 Minutes will now be preempted next Sunday, 1/23. A new airdate for this story will be announced soon ⏱
 
A programming note: Due to the scheduling of CBS Sports coverage of playoff football, 60 Minutes will now be preempted next Sunday, 1/23. A new airdate for this story will be announced soon.
On the next edition of 60 Minutes, @jon_wertheim reports on how hedge funds and other financial firms have swallowed up newspapers, closing newsrooms and slashing staff. A look at a local news landscape where headlines and deadlines have given way to bottom lines. ⏱ pic.twitter.com/ALxcVphB0w
 
Who betrayed Anne Frank’s family in 1944? A new investigation led by a retired FBI agent sought to answer this question. These are the leads the team ruled out before determining their prime suspect. cbsn.ws/3frGMRb
 
"Music's supposed to move and breathe a little bit."

Chris Stapleton and his producer Dave Cobb deconstruct their recording process and explain why Morgane Stapleton is often the “voice of reason.” cbsn.ws/3Fzzi96
 
60 Minutes Retweeted ·  
Who betrayed Anne Frank’s family in 1944? A new investigation led by a former FBI agent looked into it.

The evidence that led investigators to their conclusion pointed to the alleged betrayer as much as it ruled out other suspects. @60Minutes
cbsnews.com/news/anne-fran…
 
On the next edition of 60 Minutes, @jon_wertheim reports on how hedge funds and other financial firms have swallowed up newspapers, closing newsrooms and slashing staff. A look at a local news landscape where headlines and deadlines have given way to bottom lines. ⏱
 
“I’m kinda scary looking.”

Chris Stapleton may be one of the biggest stars in country music, but he is still able to hide in plain sight. He says his appearance can deter some fans. cbsn.ws/34QuZJX
 
Chris Stapleton’s first single failed to perform as well as he had hoped. Then his father died later that same month. After this loss, Stapleton embarked on a road trip with his wife Morgane and produced his entire first studio album, “Traveller.” cbsn.ws/34QuZJX
 
“The sheer volume of his voice is just – he doesn’t need a microphone in a room that’s quiet. It’s powerful.”

Morgane Stapleton shares what it was like hearing her husband Chris’ voice for the first time. cbsn.ws/34QuZJX
 
Country music star Chris Stapleton grew up in Kentucky, where he listened to all kinds of artists including Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. Stapleton says the authenticity of their work “translated even to some kid in eastern Kentucky.” cbsn.ws/34QuZJX
 
Chris Stapleton shows 60 Minutes around his band cave in Nashville, where he displays Grammy awards next to “Tunies,” golden, spray-painted waffle irons from Waffle House. “This is the people voting for you,” he tells Sharyn Alfonsi. cbsn.ws/34QuZJX
 
On stage, Chris Stapleton looks every bit the country music star. But his music weaves between soul, Southern rock, blues, and beyond. “I don’t feel limited to playing one type of song,” Stapleton says. cbsn.ws/34QuZJX
 
“We have to keep in mind that the fact that he was Jewish … meant that he was placed into an untenable position by the Nazis to do something to save his life,” says Vince Pankoke about the person he believes revealed the hiding place of the Frank family. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
As investigators dug into the question of who may have betrayed Anne Frank’s family to the Nazis, they began to focus on a suspect who was Jewish and, they say, likely used the information to save himself, his wife, and children from the genocide. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
The team investigating the betrayal of Anne Frank’s family uncovered a note that identified a potential betrayer by name. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Dutch investigative psychologist Bram van der Meer tells @jon_wertheim what kind of person he thinks would have given the Nazis the addresses of Jewish families in hiding. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Artificial intelligence played an important role in investigating the betrayal of Anne Frank’s family. The system used by investigators combed through documents, photos, even entire books. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Meticulously kept government records once used by the Nazis to identify Jews living in the Netherlands are now preserved in the Amsterdam City Archives. They became a major asset for the team investigating the betrayal of Anne Frank’s family. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
One theory surrounding the discovery of Anne Frank’s hiding place is that no one betrayed them. However, witness statements and other facts surrounding the case suggested otherwise to veteran FBI agent Vince Pankoke, he told @jon_wertheim. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
“When you take a look at the threats, the question isn’t: what caused the raid. The question might be: how did they last more than two years without being discovered?” says Vince Pankoke about the Frank family’s hiding place in the “Annex.” cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Anne Frank’s family, along with four other people, was discovered in hiding by a Dutch police unit led by an SS officer. All were sent to concentration camps. Otto Frank, the lone survivor, was, for a time, determined to find out who betrayed his family. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
“This is the bookcase. It was used to camouflage the entrance to the hiding place.”

Historian Dr. Gertjan Broek showed us “the Annex” — a space behind an Amsterdam warehouse — where the Frank family and four others went into hiding from the Nazis. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
“This was frozen.”

Retired FBI agent Vince Pankoke had worked on cold cases before, but none had been anywhere near as cold as the question of who betrayed the Frank family’s hiding place to the Nazis. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
After three decades with the FBI, Vince Pankoke was retired in Florida when he got a call to lead what could be one of the biggest cases of his career: investigating who betrayed the hiding place of Anne Frank and her family to the Nazis. cbsn.ws/3qzxc59
 
Ahead tonight on ⏱, after 🏈 (8PM ET/7PM PT)
Tomorrow night, on a new edition of 60 Minutes ⏱ pic.twitter.com/qCaG8Sj0ka
 
60 Minutes Retweeted ·  
Thinking today of the congregants we interviewed at @60minutes after the Tree of Life synagogue massacre, and their thoughts on interfaith strength against hate cbsnews.com/news/tree-of-l…
 
Seven decades after the death of Anne Frank, her diary remains one of the most well-read stories of life under Nazi occupation. Now, a team of investigators believes they’ve identified who betrayed the Frank’s hiding place. @jon_wertheim reports, tonight. ⏱
 
Tonight, on 60 Minutes ⏱
This Sunday, our two-part story about a team of investigators that spent years looking into a decades-old question: who betrayed Anne Frank's hiding place to the Nazis? They now believe they have the answer.
cbsnews.com/video/the-betr…
 
“I didn't even know [songwriting] was a thing.”

Chris Stapleton is one of country music’s biggest stars, but he was originally going to study biomedical engineering. Sharyn Alfonsi sits down with Stapleton and discusses his journey tonight. ⏱
 
In 2016, a team of investigators, led by a retired FBI agent, began to apply modern crime-solving techniques and technology to one of the most tragic cold cases: the betrayal Anne Frank and the others in hiding. @jon_wertheim reports, tomorrow. ⏱
 
Tomorrow night, on a new edition of 60 Minutes ⏱
 
Raised in Kentucky, Chris Stapleton wasn’t looking for accolades or stardom when he came to Nashville. Now 43, his music has connected with fans across generations. Sharyn Alfonsi profiles Stapleton, tomorrow. ⏱
 
⏪ In 2006, Scott Pelley took viewers into Hitler’s vast archive, which contained millions of Nazi documents kept out of the public eye for more than 60 years.

Tomorrow, 60 Minutes speaks with the team investigating who betrayed Anne Frank’s family. youtu.be/cwqlHYEQEDc
 
60 Minutes Retweeted ·  
For two years during the Holocaust, Anne Frank, her family and four others lived in secret – but were eventually found by the Nazis. Recently, a team of investigators led by a retired FBI veteran set out to identify who betrayed them. Watch the full report on @60Minutes Sunday.
 
Sunday, 60 Minutes reveals new findings from an unprecedented investigation into the seven-decade-old mystery of how the Nazis discovered Anne Frank, her family and four others in hiding in an Amsterdam annex. cbsn.ws/3FxJZsJ
 
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes was among 11 people who were charged with "seditious conspiracy" for their alleged roles in the January 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol. Last year, 60 Minutes reported on Oath Keepers. cbsn.ws/3Fk0OYg
Oath Keepers: How a militia group mobilized in plain sight for the assault on the Capitol
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"You can't possibly know how everybody's gonna feel about a song that you write... You have to take it to the people."

Country music star Chris Stapleton gets candid with 60 Minutes about songwriting. See the interview, Sunday. 60Minutes.com
 
Jon Wertheim speaks with Ravens kicker Justin Tucker and former players about the position everyone wants in practice, and nobody wants in the last three seconds of a game. cbsn.ws/3FjvXe8
Inside the mind of an NFL kicker
cbsnews.com
 
 
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