Alfred Schaefer Apartment Raided by German Police
Alfred Schaefer is probably better known by CODOH readers for his connection to Monika Schaefer, his sister, a German-Canadian who a few weeks ago made a short video and uploaded it on YouTube, titled “Sorry Mom, I was wrong about the Holocaust”.
This event was reported by one of our CODOH regular writers, Jett Rucker, which you can read on our blog.
Mr. Schaefer is an activist and has produced several videos on the Holocaust as well as the 9/11 event and as well of being interviewed in different media outlets such as Red Ice Radio among others.
He had recently filmed an interview with Gerd Ittner on the persecution Gerd suffered by German authorities for contesting the orthodoxy of the Holocaust.
We know that on 18th of this month, early morning, German criminal Police, showed up at his apartment where he lives with his wife and had a warrant to search his apartment and confiscated all his computer equipment. Alfred is able to tell us more in a letter directed to his sister Monika (this is just a fragment of the letter):
“Normally a raid on thought criminals is conducted with a heavily armed SWAT team with sirens blazing and much fanfare. This is a psychological warfare trick to intimidate.
In my case, there was a man and a woman, they rang the doorbell at about 7:00 AM and not 3:00 AM as they often otherwise like to do. Then, they did not even bring their own witness. These are telltale symptoms that their motivation is at an all time low, they do not want to do this anymore.
I always get in the shower before Elfriede does. This one morning I did not, I slept uneasy and let her go first, so when the doorbell rang at 7:00 it was lovely Elfriede who answered the door and ushered in our surprise visitors. She offered them water or coffee which they declined. She told them that Alfred is in the shower. The police officer did not take his sights off the bathroom door. Of course I got wind of what was happening through the bathroom door, so I could enter the stage the way I wanted to.
I opened the door completely relaxed and completely naked. No towel, no nothing. I smiled at the gentleman and asked him if there is anything particular that he is looking for at this hour in our house. I wanted to convey to him that I had nothing to hide and have no fear. Without flinching he told me he had a search warrant and I can get dressed.
Then after explaining the search warrant to us, we were told we are entitled to a witness to the search.”
So far this is what we know but we will keep you updated on what goes on with Alfred Schaefer.
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|Title:||Alfred Schaefer Apartment Raided by German Police|
|First posted on CODOH:||Aug. 26, 2016, 5:31 p.m.|