Judgment at Nuremberg

which concerns the seamstress,
Anni Meunch.

Document reads as follows:
"District Court, Frankfurt am Main,
has decided the following:

"The seamstress, Anni Meunch,
daughter of Wilhelm Meunch...

"is to be sterilized.
"She is therefore requested
to present herself within two weeks...

"at one of the hospitals mentioned below.
"If she does not take herself voluntarily...
"she will be taken by force. "
Next, document no. 449...
interrogatories in the German
and English text...

concerning the farmer's helper,
Meyer Eichinger.

Your Honor...
defense objects to introduction
of these repetitive documents.

According to the ruling
of the first tribunal...

such documents are not even admissible...
unless supported by independent evidence
of their authenticity.

Objection sustained.
Your Honor,
may I ask the defense a question?

Would evidence on sterilization
be admissible if there were a witness?

- Yes.
- Thank you.

Prosecution calls the witness,
Rudolph Petersen.

Will you raise your right hand?
I swear by God,
the Almighty and Omniscient...

that I will speak the pure truth
and withhold and add nothing.

I do.