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Jews kill Holocaust skeptic in Poland

Jews kill Holocaust skeptic in Poland

Al Qassam website/Agencies-Poland, June 22, 2010-The body of Dariusz Ratajczak, a Polish author, has been found dead in a shopping centre car park in the western city of Opole, a few years after he argued in a book that Holocaust has been exaggerated.

"The body, which was severely decomposed, has been identified by Ratajczak's family, so additional DNA tests will not have to be carried out," says Lidia Sieradzka from the Prosecutor's Office in Opole.

Judging by the state of the body and recent high temperatures, the man has been dead for up to two weeks, police said.

In the car police found documents which belonged to 48-year-old Ratajczak.

In 2000, Dariusz Ratajczak was fired from the University of Opole, where he worked for eleven years, and banned from teaching at other universities for three years after the publication of his book “Tematy niebezpieczne (Dangerous Topics), in which he asserted that the gas chambers at Auschwitz were used merely to delouse prisoners, and that Nazis did not have a plan to mass murder Jews. He had published articles in magazines like Myśl Polska and cooperated with Najwyższy Czas, a weekly magazine of the political party Real Politics Union, where he wrote articles on history.



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