Newton continued: "At first light on 28 July 1945 a search was made along the coast either side of Necochea and at midday, about 15 kms towards Mar del Plata, evidence was found of launches and rubber dinghies having been hauled up the sands, the impressions of heavy crates and boxes being off-loaded at an assembly point where there were tyre-tracks of several lorries.
The tyre tracks were followed to the gates of a large Lahusen farm set back from the beach and screened by much vegetation".
Nobody can prove anything because all the factual evidence, especially the one found in Russia was never verified.
It can not be verified and for every piece of evidence that was presented, there are at least 10 claims that refute it," he told the "Voice of Russia".
The police reports -and the police knew all about what was going on- describe at length the evidence of how two submarines unloaded into lorries drawn up on the beach, after which the lorries then drove into a nearby Lahusen ranch.
The Lahusen organisation had been run by a family from Bremen since at least the turn of the century.
It was operated from seven floors of offices in the centre of Buenos Aires, owned 100,000 hectares of land in Patagonia and adjacent regions, had a store in nearly every village and employed staff numbering tens of thousands.
ISeven days after the cessation of controls, on 27 June, a couple were reported to have landed from a submarine, with a rubber boat, near the town of Stroeder, south of Buenos Aires, where there was an important colony that was settled by On 18 July 1945, in the Patagonian Gulf of San Matas, the torpedo boat 'Mendoza' -of the Argentine navy- sighted a submarine periscope in front of an area known as El Fuerte, which is located south of Las After the attack, oil stains appeared, although it is not known whether they were the result of having hit the target or the result of a classic trick, to throw lubricants and other elements to the surface, i After the "patrol of the coasts" had been lifted, submarine sightings were observed in the Buenos Aires localities of Copetonas, Claromec and Necochea, on July 23, 24 and 29, respectively, according to the Argentine naval period documentation.
Recently the Argentine naval archive and also the Police archive declassified documents relating to the submarine U-977 and two other U-Boats which allegedly unloaded close to Necochea, Buenos Aires province, on the night of 27 July 1945.