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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

                                                                Complainant
                                                                           
                                    and
                                     
Fredrick Toben on Behalf of the Adelaide Institute

                                                                 Respondent

Witness Statement: Professor Robert Jan van Pelt, Waterloo
University, Waterloo, Ont. Canada

Professor van Pelt who, together with Professor Gerald
Fleming, was responsible for the 1994 film `Blueprints of
Genocide,' confirms in his latest book: `Auschwitz From 1270
to The Present,' what Professor Faurisson has maintained
since the 1970s - that Krema I at Auschwitz which is passed
off as a homicidal gas chamber is in fact a fraud.

There are other matters that van Pelt's authoritative
Auschwitz book raise - unfortunately to date he has not
responded to my request for a witness statement.

Fredrick Toben
8 October 1997


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