40 Year Old Unsolved Murder Haunts Global Charity, State Dept And Foreign Regime
Forty years after the Israeli-Arab Six Day war, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) still mourns one casualty. This year, it hopes for resolution—again. On August 16, 1967 just days after the war ended, Charles H. Jordan, the JDC’s then-Executive Vice Chairman also known as the “father of refugees,” mysteriously disappeared from his hotel in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Four days later, his body was found floating in the Vltava river.