Fredrick Töben's 2003 Trip
I believe in Fairies!
22 June 2003
The INS found 77-year old Johann Leprich hiding in Michigan. Leprich
is being accused of having served as a "Nazi Guard"
from 1943 to 1944.
What I believe is unheard of was the press conference
with US Attorney General John Ashcroft and Eli
Rosenbaum, Director of the OSI.
In an unbelievable statement to the press, the US
Attorney General said this:
"This arrest makes clear that those who participated
in the atrocities of the holocaust will not escape the
determined reach of US law enforcement. Regardless of
how much time has passed. Nazi collaborators will
not find a safe haven in the
The implication of this statement by the US Attorney
General will reach far and wide.
A visit that wasn't a visit
2 July 2003
Together with Ernst Zündel's legal representative, Paul Fromm, I called in at the
Metropolitan Toronto West Detention Centre where Ernst now resides. Although the request
for permission to visit had been made, Captain Hutchison, then later Captain Moore, refused
to grant the request on account of the SARS problem.
Although Toronto was declared 'SARS-free'on this day, it will only be on Monday
7 July that the detention centre will remove this security check from its
regulations that govern visits.
While Paul Fromm had one full hour with Ernst, I paced up and down within the
reception area for the duration of that visit, reflecting upon my own time
spent in a detention centre.
This is the feature wall of the reception area where a 19-point information board advises
of the following, including deletions made in whiteout, etc.:
Paul Fromm reports that Ernst is quite cheerful, but that it is absurd to
withhold from him such things as a pillow, a chair, highlighters and
other writing materials that he needs in order to prepare himself for the next
court hearing on 28 July 2003. Ernst sends his greetings to
all his supporters, and anyone who wishes to receive from Ernst a prison
drawing, may contact Paul Fromm.
Then it was off to taste the best fish and chips in town.
And after, it was time for a talk
wherein I stressed:
Canada: Release pacifist and Holocaust Revisionist Ernst Zündel now!
Letters to the editor
Published 2:15 a.m. PDT Sunday, June 8, 2003
Patriot Act terror
Re "Report blasts terror detentions," June 3: Four months ago, Canadian history scholar Ernst Zündel was
also arrested on a minor visa violation. Even though he is married to an American citizen, he was deported
(the Patriot Act made that possible) to Canada and banned to return to the United States for the next 20 years.
As of today, Zündel is still in prison in Canada under maximum security, without a bail hearing or a real
court hearing. Zündel was arrested under the Patriot Act because he did not report to the INS. The Bush
administration has given a new meaning to terror. Why fight it elsewhere when we've got it right here?
- Walter F. Mueller, Sacramento
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