Marc Garlasco's picture albumEarlier today, I reported that Human Rights Watch investigator Marc Garlasco is an obsessive collector of Nazi memorabilia, a rather odd habit for someone whose day job is conducting investigations of Israel.
Mr. Garlasco maintains a public profile at LinkedIn, where he lists himself as "Senior Military Analyst at Human Rights Watch" and "Board Member at Campaign for Innocent Victims in Conflict."
On LinkedIn, you are allowed to give a personal website and a company website. The company website Marc gives is Human Rights Watch's website. The personal site links to this page. You can search all over the site and you won't find a single link to anything other than family things. But if you go to this page, which is linked on several Nazi memorabilia sites (and which is clearly part of the same website), you will find a 17-page collection (pdf) of all kinds of memorabilia.
The last page includes this picture, which appears to be a touched up picture of Human Rights Watch's chief Israel investigator in full regalia (see the label at the bottom of the picture):
What could go wrong?
UPDATE 11:35 PM
It's been pointed out to me that this picture is actually the cover of Garlasco's book and may or may not actually be his picture.
The point about collecting Nazi memorabilia being an odd hobby for Human Rights Watch's chief Israel investigator still stands.