Holocaust Denial on Trial, Trial Transcripts, Day 8: Electronic Edition

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 1 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     I think there may have been a
 3 MR RAMPTON:     I misunderstood. I thought what we were being
 4given was some sort of expert's report. As it is not so,
 5may I in front of Mr Irving endorse what your Lordship
 6said. I do not want to see anything which has not been
 7tendered in evidence or otherwise relied on.
 8 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     You hear that, Mr Irving?
 9 A. [Mr Irving]     Yes.
10 MR RAMPTON:     My Lord, with luck Professor van Pelt can give
11evidence tomorrow. He is here.
12 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     I follow that. Then you are going to resume
13again afterwards.
14 MR RAMPTON:     Yes, I am then going back to Irving stuff.
15 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     Shall we have the discussion tomorrow about
16the future programme? I suspect you would rather do that
17then than now. Mr Irving has had a long day just as you
19 MR RAMPTON:     I need to take instructions.
20 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     That is what I thought, yes. So I think we
21will adjourn a little earlier, unless there is anything
22else that can usefully be covered.
23 < (The witness stood down)
24(The Court adjourned until the following day)

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