The German Court vs. Carlos Porter
Final Statement to the Court
Published: 1998-01-05

Aktenzeichen: 2 Ws 98/98
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Datiert: 10.02.1998
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Geschäftstelle des Oberlandsgerichts München
Justizbebäude Nymphenberger Strasse 16
80097 München

Richtern: Dr. Glueck Mallwitz Seul

March 1998

BY FAX

Final Statement to the Court

May It Please the Court:

In civilized countries it is the custom to allow a defendant to make a final statement to the court prior to sentencing.

The Nuremberg Trial transcript is 14,638 pages long in German alone, much of it in small print. I have read this material, and evidently you have not. I have provided approximately 1,000 exact references to boththe American and German transcripts. The pagination and format are not the same; it can be almost impossible to find certain things in the German, even if you know where it is in the English, and vice versa. I have also readthe British transcript, which is much shorter. There are many discrepancies. All references were completely revised and corrected prior to printing; allpage numbers are given twice, according to the German and American transcripts.

  • I defy you, or anyone else, to find one single error in any of the references quoted in Nicht schuldig in Nürnberg.
  • I refuse to be dictated to by people who have not readthis material, and who have no idea what it contains.
  • I refuse to be deprived of a basic right which belongs to everyone else in the world as a matter of course: the right to freedom of speech and freedom of the press.
  • I retract nothing; I regret nothing. I fear nothing.
  • I stand by the contents of my letters to the court dated7 January, 10 March, 1 July, 1 September, 5 September, and 7 November 1997.
  • I stand by the contents of my letter to Christian Ude.
  • If you fine me, I will not pay it; if you put me in prison, I will go on hunger strike like Bobby Sands.
  • I defy your authority and I refuse to comply with any order to do anything.
  • I am not afraid of you; I fear the future if I do nothing. That is all.

Faithfully,

CARLOS W. PORTER



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