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Germany v. Porter

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by: Carlos Whitlock Porter
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Publication Date: February 18, 2020
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 68
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Very little is published on the repression of dissenting historical research and political opinion in Europe. "Censorship" is something that happens only in Burma, China, Turkey, Egypt, and other far-away places. Censorship in Europe is simply a "matter of criminal law"!
The "law" is almost completely one-sided and the defendants are almost invariably so-called "right-wingers" and "nationalists". In Germany, dissidents can be charged with 3 different offences: "popular incitement" (whatever that means), "incitement to racial hatred", and "defaming the dead". There is no objective definition of these offences and no way to distinguish between them (they are said to be "identical in law"); yet the first is punishable by 5 years imprisonment, while the second is punishable by 3 "only". The statute of limitations is 10 years, as against 3 or 6 for most serious felonies...
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Carlos Whitlock Porter was born in 1947 in California in a family of Navy officers and lawyers. C.W. Porter studied in Europe, and is a professional translator and member of the Institute of Linguists. Since 1976, he has studied the Holocaust and war crimes trials with detailed patience and precision, including the related questions of law, toxicology and chemistry. Concerning the International Military Tribunal trial records, C.W. Porter's work exposes these kangaroo courts to have been absurd and hideous miscarriages of justice. The Nuremberg Trial records would be hysterically funny if they were not responsible for over fifty years of suffering and injustice. His main works are "Made in Russia: The Holocaust" and "Not Guilty at Nuremberg".
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