Holocaust Denial on Trial, Trial Transcripts, Day 18: Electronic Edition

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    I see that. We may have to lose Dr Fox from
 1his Friday slot.
 2 MR IRVING:     We cannot do this by Friday quite clearly. In that
 3case I will have to introduce him sometime next week, but
 4I will fax to the Defence solicitors a one page proof of
 5what he intends to say.
 6 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     Dr Fox is relatively available, is he?
 7 MR IRVING:     Except on Mondays. He cannot come on Monday. He
 8is a lecturer I think at the University College or Jews
 9College or University of Canterbury somewhere.
10 MR RAMPTON:     Can I suggest that he be deferred until after
11Professor Evans has finished?
12 MR IRVING:     Yes.
13 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     Yes, that is a good thing anyway.
14 MR RAMPTON:     It is much better from your Lordship's point of
15view and from the Professor's point of view.
16 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     We are not sitting on Friday that is now
18 MR RAMPTON:     No.
19 MR IRVING:     I hope your Lordship does not begrudge me the fact
20that I have not got another 45 minutes?
21 MR JUSTICE GRAY:     No. We will adjourn now.
22 (The witness stood down)
23(The court adjourned until Monday, 14th February 2000)

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