Tscherim Soobzokov (Щэбзыхъуэ Чэрим; Черим Сообцоков) (24 August 1924 – 9 September 1985) was a Circassian spy, politician, soldier, and an anti-Soviet pro-independence activist. He rose to prominence in the New Jersey Democratic Party and the Circassian community in Paterson, New Jersey. During the Cold War, Soobzokov served the CIA as an anti-Soviet operative.
He was accused of collaborating with Nazi Germany during the invasion of the Soviet Union's North Caucasus before coming to the United States, but denied these allegations and sued CBS and The New York Times, and won. Soobzokov was murdered by a pipe bomb at his house, allegedly by the Jewish Defense League. He was publicly supported by Pat Buchanan and Congressman Robert Roe.
According to the far-right organization Jewish Defense League, during World War II in August 1942 he recruited Circassians in 1943-1944 to the Wehrmacht, and in early 1945, he was promoted to lieutenant of the SS.