[Image] June 3, 1992, John Demjanjuk laughs in Israel’s Supreme Court in Jerusalem.
Full article by John Wear on Katana
INEVITABLY, WHEN ANYONE QUESTIONS THE GENOCIDE of European Jewry, the eyewitness testimony is raised as proof that the genocide happened. However, most of the eyewitness accounts of the holocaust story have proved to be extremely unreliable and at times even laughable. See for yourself.
John Demjanjuk, a naturalized American citizen, was accused by eyewitnesses of being a murderous guard at Treblinka named Ivan the Terrible.
Demjanjuk was deported to Israel, and an Israeli court tried and convicted him primarily based on the eyewitness testimony of five Jewish survivors of Treblinka. Demjanjuk’s defense attorney eventually uncovered new evidence proving that the Soviet KGB had framed Demjanjuk, and that documents supposedly showing him to be a guard at Treblinka were Soviet forgeries. The Israeli Supreme Court ruled that the eyewitness accounts were not credible and that Demjanjuk was innocent. 
[Image] Frank Walus (right) next to Ernst Zundel.
Another example of false witness testimony of the holocaust story occurred in the case of Frank Walus, who was a retired Chicago factory worker charged with killing Jews in his native Poland during the war. An accusation by Simon Wiesenthal that Walus had worked for the Gestapo prompted the U.S. government’s legal action.
During Walus’ trial 11 Jews testified under oath that Walus had murdered Jews during the war. After a costly four-year legal battle, Walus was finally able to prove that he had spent the war years as a teenager working on German farms. An American Bar Association article published in 1981 concluded in regard to Walus’ trial that;
“… in an atmosphere of hatred and loathing verging on hysteria, the government persecuted an innocent man.” 
It would be impossible for me to discuss every eyewitness account of the Holocaust story. To illustrate the unreliability of eyewitness accounts of the Holocaust story, I will analyze the eyewitness accounts of probably its three most famous survivors: Elie Wiesel, Simon Wiesenthal, and Viktor Frankl.
Elie Wiesel, whose autobiography Night written in 1956 helped him win the Nobel Peace Prize, never mentions homicidal gas chambers in his book Instead, Wiesel writes that Jews were killed en masse by being thrown alive in burning pits.  If there had actually been homicidal gas chambers at Birkenau [Auschwitz II], one would think that Wiesel would have mentioned the gas chambers in his autobiography. Also, if there had been burning pits at Birkenau, these would have shown in some of the Allied aerial photographs taken of Birkenau in1944.
[Image] Elie Wiesel’s autobiography Night — earlier and later editions.
Wiesel also mentions in Night that he had surgery on an infected foot in January 1945. The German authorities at Birkenau gave Wiesel and other hospital patients unfit to travel the option to remain in the camp. Wiesel and his father decided to evacuate Birkenau and travel to Buchenwald with the Germans rather than be liberated by the Russian army. 
If Birkenau had been a place of mass exterminations, why would Wiesel choose to travel with his supposed killers? Also, why would the German authorities at Birkenau leave behind thousands of witnesses to their genocide if a policy of genocide had actually taken place at Birkenau?
[Image] All three of these men are considered “best witnesses” to the “holocaust.”
Left, perhaps the planet’s biggest liar, Elie Wiesel, used photo fakery to “prove” he was an inmate in Buchenwald. Evidently he was never even in Buchenwald at all, yet he has made millions on books and speaking engagements telling people about the “horrors” he saw there.
Middle, famous Austrian Jewish “Nazi-hunter” Simon Wiesenthal claimed he had a concentration camp tattoo but would not show it to anyone. Photos of his arm didn’t show any tattoo at all. Was he even in a camp? He stands accused of making millions of dollars by flagrant lying.
Right, Viktor Frankl, another shady fellow, had a best-selling book in which he described his extensive experiences in Auschwitz — yet he was ultimately forced to admit he spent four days or less there.
That Wiesel survived his internment at Buchenwald is, of course, the result of a miracle. Wiesel states:
“In Buchenwald they sent 10,000 persons to their deaths each day. I was always in the last hundred near the gate. They stopped. Why?” 
Today no credible historian believes that 10,000 Jews per day were executed at Buchenwald.