Monday, January 28, 2008

What kind of a justice system can you have when the lawyers for the accused are subject to prosecution merely for defending their client?


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=== News Update ===

Day 14 of the “Holocaust” Trial of Attorney Sylvia Stolz

What kind of a justice system can you have when the lawyers for the accused are subject to prosecution merely for defending their client?


In Mannheim Kangaroo Court, 10 January 2008 / Reported by Günter

Deckert / Translated by J M Damon:

Today there is just one police car, a new Benz Vito, in front of the courthouse. There are 10 uniformed police agents on duty, including two females, one of whom is a Turk with a BRDDR passport. We are back in the large courtroom, where we have to go through X-ray in addition to the other inspections. Is this supposed to create the impression of danger of violent attack by someone?

In Courtroom Nr. 2, the smallest courtroom, there are two “Staschu” [secret service] agents, both familiar faces. After noon they are reinforced with a novice Staschu as well as 5 and sometimes 7 armed police agents, at least one of whom is always female. Their job is presumably to identify onlookers who laugh or clap so that they can be fittingly chastised. There are two representatives of the media, one of whom I previously thought to be a reporter for Mannheimer Morgen and replacement for Mack. His name is Ulrich Willenberg and he writes for several newspapers, including the Wormser Zeitung. It turns out that Ms Punja Schollbuch, whom I until now knew only as “the blonde from dpa” was answerable for the two most recent MM articles. Soon another reporter arrives, whom I have never seen, but the “dpa/MM blonde” seems well acquainted with him. Before today’s session begins, there is lively and relaxed chitchat between District Attorney Grossmann and the “poodle media.”

There are at least 60 visitors today, including Horst Mahler and the faithful Berliner member of the Zündel Brigade. The elder lady member of the Jewish Community is also here again. We get into a conversation and she tells me she is a member of SPD and attended my second Mannheim trial (the “Scandal Trial”) in the court that consisted of Dr. Müller (SPD), Dr. Orlet (former CDU) and Frau Folkerts in 1993!

{NOTE: This was the second verdict of Mannheim District Court in conjunction /with the Weinheim lecture given by the American researcher Fred Leuchter in November 1991. My “crime” was serving as interpreter for Fred, and this was NOT an NPD event. I was again sentenced to one year probation and 10,000 DM fine. In addition, the original volume was supposed to be burned, but it was never found. Thanks to the judge’s good opinion of me, there was a world-wide reaction, which however led to BRDDR’s toughening of Section 130 of Penal Code and increasing the maximum penalty to 5 years.}

Scheduled for 9:00, today’s session finally gets underway at 9:22, with no explanation for the delay. Then comes the “Grand March of the Gladiators” of the 6. Großen Strafkammer (6th Superior Criminal Court,), which really should be accompanied by music from Aida. The Court is present in its usual composition: Presiding Judge Glenz, District Attorney Grossmann (without his bodyguard today) and Sylvia Stolz with her two attorneys.

After the Court’s entrance, Sylvia and Attorney Bock announce that they wish to submit three more motions ­ in other words, reopen the taking of evidence. The motions are 1) An article on Judaism); 2) Sylvia’s relationship to National Socialism; 3) An article on the Zündel trial that appeared in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung entitled “Der lange, kurze Weg…” by V. Zastrow.

Sylvia resumes her discussion of the District Attorney’s omissions and misrepresentations in his closing argument. For the sake of the visitors, she is trying to introduce honesty and openness into these proceedings and to describe for them the evidentiary motions that Glenz will not allow her to read into the record. This kicks off the familiar game between her and Glenz, known as “submit that in writing!” ­ “give it to me!” Sylvia remains calm and does not allow herself to be distracted, even when Glenz turns off her microphone. She continues talking until Glenz again threatens to officially forbid her to speak. She suddenly hands the motion to Glenz while continuing to speak. Judge Glenz then orders that photocopies be made and distributed to the Court.

At 9:30 Attorney Bock begins his closing statement. He begins by recalling the Andersen fairy tale about the Emperor’s New Clothes and explains that this is a story that in former times, when German families were still intact, parents used to read to their children… Bock says this Court is playing the role of the Emperor while those who profess to believe in the “Holocaust” are playing the role of the imperial retinue, conducting themselves in a “politically correct” manner. Sylvia is of course the child who calls out loud and clear:

“The Emperor has no clothes!”

Bock points out that according to Grossmann, Sylvia in guilty on all counts.

source: http://curtmaynards blog.blogspot. com/2008/ 01/day-14- of-holocaust- trial-of- attorney. html


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