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Jeremy Jones and members of the Committee of Management of the Executive
Council of Australian Jewry on Behalf of those members of the Jewish
community of Australia who are members of organisations affiliated to the
Executive Council of Australian Jewry

Fredrick Toben on Behalf of the Adelaide Institute


Witness Statement: Professor Eberhard Jaeckel, Universitaet
Stuttgart, Germany

Professor Jaeckel is an alleged German expert on the
Holocaust and during my April visit to him, he claimed that
Robert Jan van Pelt and Deborah Dowrk had produced a
valuable book: `Auschwitz: From 1270 To The Present.'

I have asked Professor Jaeckel to be a witness in these
proceedings but to date have not heard from him.

Fredrick Toben
7 November 1997

Witness Statement: Professor Gerald Fleming, University of
Surrey, Guilford, GU2 5XH, U.K.

Professor Fleming corresponded with me in a letter he wrote
on 20 August 1996. Therein he complained that our Web site's
material was close to being defamatory about his person.

I responded by some critical comments about his film
`Blueprints of Genocide' (See: AI newsletter, No. 27),
wherein he claims that he had one of a handful of people who
had been into the Moscow Auschwitz archives. Revisionist
researchers, Juegen Graf and Carlo Mattogno, proved by
looking at the registration sheets at the museum, that
Fleming's delving into the documents was extremely minima.

To date I have not had a response from Professor Fleming to
my invitation to be a witness at the HREOC hearing.

Fredrick Toben
7 October 1997

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