Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr.
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for printing a document
stating that there were
no gas chambers at Auschwitz.

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I believe that any man,
no matter what he's done,

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has a right
to a fair trial...

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and the best
possible defense
that he can muster.

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l, unfortunately, was
the only expert in the world
who could provide that defense.

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There was no one else.
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[ Shapiro ]
I don't think he's naive.

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I think he was empowered
by being part of this group.

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Who is this guy ?
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The bottom line here is,
you got a guy who basically
made a deal with the devil.

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[ Z√ľndel ]
Fred Leuchter is a hero.

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Not every generation
gets a George Washington
or a Thomas Jefferson.

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Our generation's heroes
maybe are more humble.

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[ Tabasky ]
Fred got involved in this
and wanted to play this game.

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And I think he thought
it was a game at first.
I really believe he did.

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How nice to fly to Canada,
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to go to Poland,
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get paid a lot of money...
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and come back
and have a lot of attention...

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brought to him.
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I think he really dug it.
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I think that
he really thought
that that was great.

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I pity him.
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[ Van Pelt ]
In April 1988,

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there was still opportunity
for Fred to redeem himself,

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to apologize.
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To apologize for having
gone down in that hole.


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