Saturday, November 15, 2008

Should History Be Decided In A Courtroom?

Dr. Frederick Toben - Why Is He In Prison In London?

Background: Dr. Toben is an Australian citizen and founder and director of the Adelaide Institute and author of works on education, political science and history. He completed a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Stuttgart in 1977. In 1999 he was imprisoned for nine months at Mannhein, Germany for breaching Germany's Holocaust Law, Section 130. In 2002 a judgement was passed in the Federal Court of Australia that prohibits him from questioning/denying the three pillars on which the Holocaust-Shoah myth is erected:

1. During World War II, Germany had an extermination policy against European Jewry;

2. Of which they killed six million;

3. Using as a murder weapon homicidal gas chambers.

He was further persecuted from 2006 to 2008 in a Federal Court of Australia action which alleges contempt of court. He is awaiting judgement in this case, and the prosecution has asked that a prison sentence be handed down.

"On October 1, 2008, Dr. Toben was detained at London's Heathrow Airport on an European Arrest Warrant issued by the German Federal Authorities which sought his extradition to Germany. Andreas Grossmann, the Mannheim district prosecutor handling Dr Toben's case, said that despite his attempts to avoid extradition from Britain to Germany, he expected Dr Toben to be on trial early next year."
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