Holocaust Denial on Trial, Skeleton Argument of the Claimant (long): Electronic Edition, by Adrian Davies

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Gray J's observations at 7.1 1 8, 1 3.73 and 13.74

147.At 7.118 Gray J observes that:--
"The Defendants accept that the physical evidence remaining at the site of Auschwitz provides little evidence to support the claim that gas chambers were operated there for genocidal purposes."
148.Irving adopts that observation, and all that Gray J says at 13.73 e.g.:--
"The contemporaneous documents, such as drawings, plans, correspondence with contractors and the like, yield little clear evidence of the existence of gas chambers designed to kill humans."
149.Para. 13.74, is also generally adopted, especially "the possibility exists that some of these witnesses invented some or even all of the experiences which they describe." Gray J is however wrong to attribute the Bischoff incineration document (see above) to Mueller; Gray J repeats this error at 13.76.
 
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