After the victorious powers had installed their respective systems with a compliant Quisling government in each part of Germany (The Federal Republic in west Germany and the German Democratic Republic in east Germany), the courts of law of these lackey states continued the allied legacy of cementing allied wartime propaganda by uncritically parroting the allied charges when prosecuting former German officials. Here are papers looking into this shameful legacy of German “justice.”
Reinhold Hanning 94 years old, a retired dairy farmer and formerly an SS sergeant at Auschwitz is tried in Germany for helping to Kill 170,000
Reinhold Hanning de 94 años, productor de leche retirado y ex sangento de la SS enfrenta un jucio por supuestamente ayudar a liquidar a 170,000.
Un nuevo reporte sobre la suerte del ex-sargento y ex-guardia de Auschwitz quien ha pasado por un proceso legal en Alemania, acusado de complicidad del asesinato de más 170,000 personas.
In this update we revisited Reinhold Hanning's story and tell you what has happpened with him since he was trialed in Germany and, how he has been sentenced, a few months later since his trial began.
Gerhard Ittner is interviewed on video by Alfred Schaefer on his persecution in Germany for expressing unorthodox views of the Holocaust.
Ursula Haverbeck, 87-year-old German woman has been sentenced, again, now to 10 months in jail, for denying the Holocaust, insisting that Auschwitz was "not historically proven" to be a death camp.
Mr. Zafke, at 95, is the fourth former concentration-camp worker in this latest series of trials for Nazi-era crimes by low-profile individuals in the camps hierarchies.
It is important to revisit the legal case against Horst Mahler who has been heavily punished by the German courts for thought crimes.
Auschwitz is the epicenter of the Holocaust, where more people are said to have been murdered than anywhere else. But what if we look critically into the evidence for this claim? Stäglich has so far been the only legal expert to critically analyze the foundations of what we today think we know about Auschwitz. His research results leave the reader at times breathless when confronted with the scandalous way in which judicial authorities bent and broke the law in order to come to politically foregone conclusions. New, revised and corrected edition.
This video gives testimony of the real fact that Canadian revisionist Monika Schaefer was arrested in a court in Munich while present at the trial of lawyer and activist Sylvia Stolz.
A wide-ranging, objective lecture asking very relevant questions about a taboo subject into which it has been made illegal to inquire freely, and anyone associated with it.