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« on: May 20, 2012, 01:47:30 PM »
After more than a decade of procedural police shows and as lawyer shows have been popular since Perry Mason is it not about time to apply things to which the public has been exposed ad nauseam? We start from scratch.

Before going to court a crime must be discovered. Let us focus on the crime of mass extermination by poison gas at Auschwitz and only that. What is the evidence that crime occurred?

The "police" did not find hundreds of thousands of bodies. They did not find thousands of cubic yards of cremated human remains. So the District Attorney tells them to come back when they have something that can be prosecuted. The episode comes to an abrupt end shortly before the first commercial.

Is this really so hard?

If one wants to prove murder one has to have human remains. After that a cause of death must be established. There is not one single forensic pathology report showing death by poison gas. They found plenty of bodies but not one death by cyanide. Therefore murder was not established.

Can it be any simpler?

Anything said about anything beyond the above is an attempt to distract from the fact there has never been any evidence of murder by poison gas. Obfuscation and talk it to death is not an admissible court tactic. You can't get into court without evidence of murder and there is none.

End of discussion.
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« Reply #1 on: May 20, 2012, 04:08:23 PM »
Is this really so hard?

No of course not. Proving the truths/disproving the misconceptions of WWII & the events known as Holocaust is the easiest thing.

The insurmountable task is deprogramming people to consider even the legitimacy of questioning in the first place. To most ppl today, questioning = racism, hatred, anti-semitism. Spain passed a law that allows questioning under freedom of speech. AFAIK no one yet has taken advantage in a way to really publicize it.