The famous 67-year-old German dissident writer and scientist Ernst Zundel demanded summoning on Thursday, September 5, 2006, the Iranian State President Ahmadi-Nejad to his "trial" in the German city of Mannheim so that the President could confirm that the so-called "holocaust" never existed.
The Iranian President thoroughly studied jewish allegations about the "holocaust" and is considered to the an expert in the field.
The demand contained in his lawyer's plea that Mr Zundel had to read at the "court" himself because the "judge", a certain Meinerzhagen, forbade lawyers reading pleas at the "trial" saying they contain political and historical opinions that are forbidden in Germany as far as the "holocaust" and many other matters are concerned.
The judge had used that all petitions to the court are to be presented in writing so that they could be censored for the public gathered in the courtroom. Earlier this year, the "judge" prohibited two previous lawyers of Mr Zundel to take part in the "process" suspecting them to be unbelievers in the "holocaust" myth.
In his petition, Mr Zundel's lawyer, a famous German human rights activist Jurgen Rieger, also demanded from the court to issue an order to the Federal German Statistics Office so that it finally provided data on Jewish deaths in Germany in the period 1939-1945. The issuing of this data had been previously forbidden by the World Jewish Congress, Mr Rieger said. The "court" was also requested to summon other witnesses, namely technical experts that could testify that no "holocaust" was possible in Germany because the cellars in the corrective labor camps Ausschwitz and Birkenau were not hermetically isolated to serve as "gas chambers" as in modern democratic American prisons and that the production of the pesticcide Zyklon B for louse control that was said to had been used as a "poison gas for Jews" stopped due to the Allies' bombardment of German factories in 1944, the petition said
The petition was rejected as a whole as on every political trial in Germany. The next session of the monkey process is scheduled for October 19, 2006.
As on every political process in Germany, the police harassed visitors and rudely searched their pockets according the German TV Channel ARD and the newspaper Frankfurter Rundschau.
Mr Zundel has been deported from Canada in March 2005 after spending, without charge, more than 3 years for his thought crimes in American and Canadian prisons in solitary cells. In Germany the scientist is accused of denying the jewish "holocaust" myth which is a crime in this modern democratic country. The Mannheim Orwellian and Kafkaesque "thought crime trial" continues from November 2005.