Bradley Smith CODOH
Bradley R. Smith
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Justice Department asked a federal court in
Justice Department alleges that 60 years ago Kumpf served as an armed guard at
the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp near
claims, “I didn’t kill nobody, I don’t even kill a fly. I was 17. I was
taken over there and told I had to do it, otherwise they shoot me.”
See story at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A25747-2003Sep30.html
What would Anne Frank say?
collaborated with the Nazis during WWII, profiting financially by doing business
with the German army. After the war, he was forgiven.
would Anne say
about her own father having collaborated with the Nazis?
that her father should have been judged by one standard, while others, like
Josias Kumpf, should be judged by a different standard—a double
Anne be on
the side of forgiveness for men like Josias Kumpf, or would she argue that,
unlike her own father, they should never be forgiven?
would Anne Frank think
about how the Holocaust story has been exploited, and is still being exploited,
to further special-interest political and cultural agendas?
agencies of the U.S. Government, like the Office of Special Investigations (OSI), have
double standards for judging men who collaborated with the killing of unarmed
civilians? Should the OSI judge Americans by one standard, and “foreigners”
by a different one?
is director of Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust.
is author of Break His Bones: The Private Life of a Holocaust Revisionist.
has been interviewed hundreds of times via radio, TV and the print press.
further background see: www.breakhisbones.com