Iva Toguri Kicked the Bucket!!!!!
The name is associated with Iva Toguri D'Aquino (born Ikuko Toguri, July 4, 1916, Los Angeles, California - died September 26, 2006, Chicago, Illinois), a United States citizen visiting relatives in Japan at the start of the war. Unable to leave Japan after the start of hostilities, she took work at the Japanese radio show The Zero Hour. After the war, she was investigated and released when the FBI and the U.S. Army's Counter Intelligence Corps found no evidence against her, influential gossip columnist Walter Winchell lobbied against her. She was brought to the U.S. where she was charged and subsequently convicted of treason.
By the way does anyon care?