Globe and Mail (posted on David Irving's website) Toronto, Saturday, February 24, 2001 Zuendel now calling U.S. home BY ANDREW MITROVICA Holocaust denier Ernst Zuendel has moved on. Mr. Zuendel is now calling the United States home, claiming he is the latest example of Canada's "brain drain" to a more hospitable land. In a letter this month to the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, Mr. Zuendel's lawyer, Barbara Kulaszka, wrote that "he has moved to the United States where he now makes his permanent residence with his wife, Ingrid Rimland. Unfortunately, the Canadian 'brain drain' continues unabated." Mr. Zuendel's departure from Canada has been rumoured for many months, but Ms. Kulaszka's letter offers the first confirmation of his exit. Police sources say that Mr. Zuendel and his wife may be living in Tennessee. Mr. Zuendel and Ms. Kulaszka were unavailable for comment yesterday. Word of Mr. Zuendel's migration south was welcomed by the Canadian Jewish Congress, a persistent foe of the 54-year-old's Holocaust-denial propaganda. "We have worked very hard to ensure that Mr. Zuendel and his ilk do not continue to see Canada as a haven for Holocaust deniers," said Keith Landy, Ontario chairman of the Canadian Jewish Congress. "We have been vigilant and determined that people like Mr. Zuendel don't live a comfortable life is Canada when they are purveyors of falsehoods and lies."
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