Dedicated to Ernst Zündel - Prisoner of Conscience
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German Democratic Justice, unique in the world
To all -
Upon my return from Washington, D.C., where I tried to alert several of our elected representatives to the human rights abuses committed by officials of the Bundesrepublik Germany against Ernst Zundel, I am trying to catch up on the many important articles and posts pertaining to our case.
Because of time constraints, some of them are a bit dated - that is, up to four weeks old. I am asking for your understanding.
German Democratic Justice, unique in the world:
Source: National Journal, Thursday, 15 February 2007
MANNHEIM - Judge Ulrich Meinerzhagen imposed a five-year prison term on historian, researcher and human rights activist Ernst Zündel for holocaust-denial.
Judge Ulrich Meinerzhagen, who deprived Ernst Zündel of his basic human rights to defend himself with documentary and forensic evidence, revealed himself as a "Holo-denier" during the hearings according to the Holocaust-denial-definition of the German persecution machinery:
On trial day January 12, 2007, Meinerzhagen conceded with regret that no forensic reports existed to prove any Holocaust gas chambers.
On trial day February 2, 2007, Meinerzhagen declared that the precise numbers of Holo victims could never be established.
On trial day February 9, 2007, Meinerzhagen declared that the Holo victims would amount to one million.
On trial day February 9, 2007, Meinerzhagen confirmed that in cases under para. 130 of the German penal code (Holo-denial) evidence in favor of the defendant was not permitted ("Beweisverbot").
Ernst Zündel himself commissioned the fist forensic report on the so-called gas chambers of Auschwitz and Majdanek - later known as The Leuchter Report. Thus, when Zündel claimed that no gas chambers for mass extermination ever existed at Auschwitz, he referred to forensic evidence.
Despite the fact that the court could not provide any forensic expertise, proving that the so-called gas chambers existed, judge Meinerzhagen refused to allow The Leuchter Report to back Zündel's arguments as evidence.
Depite the fact that Judge Meinerzhagen claimed that the total Holo victims would amount to one million (omitting five million, thus denying five million) and that the real numbers of victims could never be established anyway, he convicted Ernst Zündel for minimizing and denying the holocaust.
German Democratic Justice, unique in the world!