Our Advertisers Represent Some Of The Most Unique Products & Services On Earth!


Zundel Atty Sylvia Stolz's
Last Words In Court - Pt 2

From Ingrid Rimland
Day 15 of the "Holocaust" Trial of Attorney Sylvia Stolz In Mannheim Kangaroo Court, 14 January 2008
Sylvia's Verdict, Sentencing and Arrest
Reported by Günter Deckert Translated by J M Damon
"In the Name of the People!" (Yes, But Which People?)
Hail Sylvia!
INTRODUCTION: Several hours have now passed, but I still cannot believe what I witnessed between 1 and 2 O'clock this afternoon. Perhaps I am a bit slow to catch on; but I could never have anticipated, even in my wildest dreams, what those three BRDDR judges did to Sylvia.
When I arrived in Mannheim before 9 am I did notice that there was a larger than usual number of police vehicles (3 paddy wagons) parked in front of the courthouse. However, I assumed this was because of the larger than usual crowd of visitors and reporters. As it turned out, the reason for the massive show of force was something quite different. It was the spectacular arrest of Attorney Sylvia Stolz immediately upon the reading of the verdict, which was staged as a "photo op" for maximum coverage by the "poodle media."
THE DAY'S EVENTS: Today the usual "security" fun and games begins early on account of the crowd and is carried out without incident. Courtroom Number One, the big one, is filled to overflowing with some visitors having to wait outside. Horst Mahler is in the audience as well as Andreas from Berlin and a large number from far away, including Claude from Paris, our French translator. There are at least a dozen representatives of the mainstream media who have ignored Sylvia's trial, except for publicizing government commentary. Rhein-Nekar TV is among those present today. The only familiar faces are "Gorilla" of BILD, the blonde from dpa (Deutsche Presse Agentur), Mack from Mannheim Morgen and someone named Willenberg, an independent journalist who covered the last week of the trial.
There are 6 "Staschu" [Staatschutz = political police: the updated equivalent of the old "Stasi" (Staatsicherheit) of DDR days] as well as 3 armed bailiffs and 8 uniformed police agents in the courtroom, more armed agents and more intimidation than usual. Several apprentice jurists or interns are also present. They are students preparing for their second state exam, sitting in the section reserved for official reporters. Sylvia is here with her two attorneys, as is District Attorney Grossmannn.
Scheduled to begin at 1:00, the session gets underway at 1:04 as judges Glenz, Bock and Lindeman come marching in. Glenz immediately blurts out "In the Name of the People..." {Which "people" does he have in mind? I doubt very seriously that these BRDDR functionaries would get away with sending Attorney Sylvia Stolz to prison and disbar her from practicing law if the German people had anything to say about it! Incidentally, I read on Friday that Judge Schwab, who presided over the trial of Germar Rudolf, sentenced a REAL criminal to three years in prison for raping a seven-year-old child!}
Sylvia protests against Judge Glenz's bullying and makes one last attempt to submit an evidentiary motion. Glenz, who did not allow a single evidentiary motion during the whole trial, responds with his inevitable NEIN! For some time Sylvia continues protesting while Glenz continues threatening, both speaking at the same time. Sylvia's attorney Bock does not give the final address, as was agreed last session.
Everyone has to stand up as Glenz reads the verdict and the sentence. Sylvia is found guilty of coercion, disparagement of the state, and illegally consulting with Attorney Horst Mahler. The Court sits down and everyone else is allowed to sit as well. Glenz reads through his Begründung (grounds) for the sentence, beginning with Sylvia's disbarment. For regular visitors there is nothing new here. The verdict and sentence have been obvious from the beginning on account of Glenz's rejecting all of Sylvia's motions.
Glenz recites the official fairy tale about "historically proven state organized genocide of Jews," which was "proven" by the victors of World War II during the Nuremberg show trials. Next, he devotes considerable time to condemning "false and unsubstantiated Revisionist historiography" as well as the "Revisionist conception of mankind" and of course individual Revisionists.
Glenz announces that Revisionists "...hide, omit, lie and even deny "'Holocaust.'" He says they call it a lie made up by Jews. He takes shelter under the umbrella of Section 130 of the BRDDR Penal Code, the source of his despotic powers. Section 130 reads as follows:
Section 130
Incitement of the Masses
Any person who, in a manner likely to disturb the public peace, assails the human dignity of others in that he
1) provokes hatred against sections of the population; 2) calls for the commission of acts of violence or the taking of arbitrary measures against the; or 3) vilifies, maliciously disparages or defames them;
shall be liable to imprisonment of not less than three months or more than five years.
Glenz correctly observes that Revisionists are unwilling to accept and acknowledge official Offenkundigkeit (Manifest Obviousness.) He says their "perverted picture of mankind" ultimately leads even to questioning the legitimacy of the BRDDR!
{HERE WE HAVE IT ­ "Das ist des Pudels Kern!" as Faust would say -- the question of the legitimacy of the present regime. The political elite has always known the BRDDR lacks legitimacy, and now this realization is spreading.}
Then Glenz compares Auschwitz and Dresden, saying there is no more rubble and the Frauenkirche has been rebuilt, but he apparently loses his train of thought. He proudly emphasizes that he consistently rejected the introduction of documentary, empirical or forensic evidence in Sylvia's trial. He says that Sylvia, a defender of Revisionists, deliberately acted in a disruptive manner. In fact, she continues to do so, and to deny "Holocaust" as well. He says there is a danger she will continue her criminal activities. He says that German society can be protected only if she is immediately disbarred.
Then Judge Glenz talks about the legal bases for his verdict. Several counts of Sylvia's indictment did not come under Section 130, such as collaborating with Horst Mahler and disparaging state organizations and state functions. He says she used expressions such as "Show Trial" and "Talmudic Inquisition" and compared this trial to the Nuremberg Military Tribunal.
{"Coercion," another of the counts that did not come under Section 130, refers to Sylvia's admonition that under international law the BRDDR is not a legitimate government, since the victors of World War II never signed a peace treaty with Germany. The puppet governments they imposed were never approved by plebiscite. The laws of the Reich are still the legitimate government, even though the Reich is unable to assert its authority at present. Sylvia's reference to Feindbegünstigung (Aid and Comfort to the Enemy) presumably refers to Laws 90a and b of Reichsgrundgesetz (Basic Laws of the Reich.)}
Glenz announces that Sylvia is exonerated on the count of filing an illegal complaint following her forcible ejection from the Zündel trial, since "culpability" could not be confirmed. Again, this is nothing new. Glenz says the Court has taken into consideration Sylvia's "deficient sense of legal accountability" that resulted from Fremdsteuerung (manipulation) by Horst Mahler.
He opines that she does indeed evince Sektiererverhalten (sectarian conduct,) but says that this conduct is not delusional since she is able to go about her daily tasks unassisted. He says the Court considered that Sylvia has no previous convictions, but then calls her stubborn, [and] willful.
He says that in the Zündel and Reinecke trials she deliberately exceeded limitations placed on the Defense by the High Court, as was demonstrated in the Reinecke trial before Potsdam County Court. He says the total composite sentence, derived from a basis of two years incarceration plus corresponding fines, amounts to a total of three and a half years incarceration. Glenz accompanies this announcement with customary legalistic obfuscation. He says that no comprehensive appeal is possible to the High Court. The only possibility is consideration of possible procedural errors, and the appeal must be submitted within a week. After preparation of the written verdict, one month will be allowed for the grounds of appeal.
Then comes the shocker: Glenz reads a warrant for Sylvia's immediate Untersuchungshaft (investigatory arrest) and the cops haul her off! Suddenly it becomes clear why there are so many unformed cops at the courthouse. While the media are present, the government wants to intimidate the public with the spectacle of another Revisionist evildoer being hauled off to prison. That is the reason why they hauled Germar Rudolf in and out of court in chains during his trial.
Glenz's ostensible reasons for "busting" Sylvia in court are as follows.
1) Her disbarment leaves her without a source of income. Perhaps the benevolent BRDDR is afraid Sylvia would have to walk the streets, and this is its newest version of guaranteeing her existenzielle Grundsicherung (social welfare.) The government takes away her livelihood and locks her up and the taxpayer can support her in one of its "prison shelters" rather than a homeless shelter. When I was in Bruchsal Prison ten years ago, each prisoner was costing the taxpayer over 2500 Euros (around $5000) per month, and that amount has increased considerably. Today it would easily provide for four individual households.}
2) Glenz rules that, in the second place, there is a real danger that Sylvia will continue her revisionist agitation if she is not immediately locked up. She herself has expressed her intention to do so. {For many years Sylvia has agitated for freedom of speech, open investigation of "Holocaust," demand for a peace treaty with the victors of WWII, a convention to draw up a real German Constitution, etc. This must be avoided at all costs since it would put the BRDDR out of business!}
3) Glenz says that in the third place, there is a real danger of Sylvia's absconding, since she has no firm domestic ties. He says that Horst is just a companion, and he too is going back to jail for saying "Heil Hitler." Furthermore there are still foreign countries that have not yet outlawed freedom of speech, whose citizens might assist Sylvia in continuing Revisionist activities. He specifically mentions Mrs. Ingrid Rimland Zündel in the US and Dr. Frederick Toben in Australia.
We assume that Sylvia will be taken to Heidelberg Prison, where her address will be: Oberer Fauler Pelz (JVA), (D) 69117 Heidelberg. Horst Mahler says he will keep us posted concerning new developments and Sylvia's visiting privileges. As far as I know, Attorney Ludwig Bock will continue as her attorney.
ACHTUNG! Warning to German Readers!
Do not allow your outrage to make you "pour your heart out" in expressing your indignation to the Glenz court. These high and mighty BRDDR judges have a very thin skin! They are easily offended, and they have draconian powers under the provisions of Section 130. An example of this is another upcoming trial in Mannheim Kangaroo Court. In addition to the trial of Attorney Jürgen Rieger of Hamburg, Mannheim KC is preparing to stage a "lesser trial" against a former airplane pilot who wrote an indignant letter to Judge Meinerzhagen a.k.a. "Doctor Nein." Doctor Nein himself filed the complaint, and he wants to fine the indignant pilot 5,000 Euros ($8500.)
The pilot is contesting Dr. Nein's charges, so there is going to be another "Section 130" trial in April or May. This one will be in Mannheim County Kangaroo Court rather than Mannheim District Kangaroo Court. County courts have just one judge, and this one will presumably be Judge Nein. This time it will be possible for the pilot to appeal to District Kangaroo Court as well as other courts, which promises great fun for BRDDR judges and great expenses for BRDDR taxpayers. The rationale seems to be that, since the Deckert-Leuchter Trials of 1991­95, Mannheim has to maintain its preeminent position among kangaroo courts.
Günteer Deckert
Weinheim an der Bergstraße den 14. Januar 2008
About Günter Deckert
Günter, born in Heidelberg in 1940, is a former secondary school instructor in English and French. In 1989, on basis of Berufsverbotsgesetz (law forbidding employment of ex-convicts) he was denied his retirement benefits after being fired by Bad Württemberg School District. This was in clear violation of state pension guarantees. Consequently his retirement income is less than 1/3 of what his pension would be if it had not been illegally revoked.
Günter was a member of Weinheim City Council affiliated with the NPD (National Party) from 1976 ­ 99 and a member of Weinheim County Council 1989 ­ 99. On account of his conviction under Section 130 he was not allowed to run for political office until 2005. In 1976 he was declared an Honorary Citizen of Michigan City in the USA for his contributions to German American Friendship Committee, specifically in connection with student and youth exchanges. He was a participant on the Olympia trip of German Youth Athletics in Rome 1960 as Region Champion from North Baden.
There is more information about Günter in Wikipedia, much of it unfortunately incorrect. A detailed curriculum vitae is available on request, in either German or English.
I wish to express my thanks to translators J. M. Damon in Austin, Texas and Claude Virieu in Paris for their generous contributions of time and effort. They have helped to break the "Conspiracy of Silence" of the mainstream German media, who either ignore "Holocaust" trials or restrict their reporting to politically correct commentary approved by the BRDDR. I wish to thank all those who, each in his own way, have contributed to the effort of publicizing the Stolz trial by posting my reports on their homepages and websites and printing them in newsletters and newspapers, so that the world can learn of the injustices performed on the stage of Mannheim Kangaroo Court.
Thanks to all my friends and sponsors, without whose encouragement and economic assistance I could not have reported on this trial!
Hail Sylvia!
A Personal Note about BRDDR Prisons: I am personally familiar, from the inside, with the prisons in Mannheim, Stuttgart, Heidelberg, Tübingen, Heimsheim bei Pforzheim, Asperg Prison Hospital near Ludwigsburg and especially Bruchsal. My familiarity with the System allows me to appreciate the ordeal and the predicament of Sylvia Stolz. I am speaking on behalf of many German patriots when I express my highest regards and sincere appreciation for Sylvia's efforts. I hope and pray that she may continue to persevere, because the "System" will leave no stone unturned in its attempt to break her. I hope and pray that she will be able to return to our patriotic Revisionist community healthy and undaunted in body and spirit.
A Final Note
Please note that my reports are neither a simultaneous transcription nor a complete account of everything that was said. They reflect my personal impressions as I experienced them. I ask that whoever refers to these reports, in whole or in part, include my name as the author. Please consider that compiling these reports takes at least four hours of my time. Driving to and from Mannheim takes even longer and in addition, costs considerable money. I can donate my time, but money is very scarce. Every trip to Mannheim including gasoline, parking and a light lunch costs me around 35 Euros. If you are able to make a small contribution to help offset these expenses, I ask that you transfer the amount to: Konto 134345-754/G. Deckert ­ Postbank KA, BLZ 660 100 75, Vermerk "LG MA/SSt."

Donate to Rense.com
Support Free And Honest
Journalism At Rense.com
Subscribe To RenseRadio!
Enormous Online Archives,
MP3s, Streaming Audio Files, 
Highest Quality Live Programs


This Site Served by TheHostPros