I do believe that there were gas-chambers, and that jewish people were killed in them.
Because I believe Fritjov Meyer who wrote about the gas-chambers in two farm-houses just outside of Auschwitz. (Ost-Europa).
But I am not at all sure that it is possible to kill thousands of people with Cyanide gas ( Zyklon B), as we are told over and over again. ( David Cole)
Untill now I heard the story about the enormous difficulties that arise when you want to kill people with Zyklon B only from well known revisionists like Faurisson, Leuchter, Zundel etc.
But today I came across a story on Veterans Today in which another source is mentioned:
Leonard Vincent , the chief attorney for the Missisippi Dep. of Corrections.
Leonard Vincent explained to the famous author John Grisham how poisonous the gas is, and how much time and effort it takes to take out one dead corpse from the gas chamber without killing those who do this job.
Grisham used Vincent's information in his 1994 book 'The Chamber'.
Grisham writes a 'thank you' to mr. Vincent for the information given to him, and mr. Vincent later said that what Grisham wrote in his book was correct.
Neither of them speak about the holocaust, but it is clear that IF indeed it is really lethal to take out recently gassed corpses without any protection, that then all the stories of the 'Sondercommando's' are fantasies and lies.
I remember that one witness of the mass gassings of jews had made drawings of these sondercommando's. This drawing was used as a kind of proof in a trial, if my recollection is correct.
On the drawing you see a Sondercommando with no protectionbn at all: he in fact works with a bare chest.
The man would not survive 2 minutes.
If anyone reads a rebuttal to this story ( that the mass-killing by gas is very difficult, and that it definitely was impossible to do it in the way that it is always told to us) please give me tha information as a reaction to this blog below.
Here is a small qoute from the Veterans Today article:
Here is a quote from Grishams book, and a reaction to that: