The gray-haired bishop speaks haltingly at first, choosing his words with care. He pauses, stumbles, repeats himself, underlines words vocally for emphasis. But then he warms to his topic, and the words begin to flow freely.
"I believe there were no gas chambers," he says.
He gestures expansively, describing with his hands as he speaks how a gas chamber should be constructed, arguing that the "gas chambers that are shown to tourists at Auschwitz" do not meet the requirements. Read full article »