Only slightly less censorship exists in 17
European countries, but nowhere is repression as brutal as it is in Germany.
It is okay in Germany, for instance, to doubt the Holy Ghost - but not the "Holocaust"!
Thought Crimes in Germany are usually called ". . . defaming the memory of the dead." A forensic or documentary defense is not allowed.
Punishment for a "thought crime" can be up to five years in prison! No exculpatory evidence is permitted to be submitted in court.
We know of at least one scholar who served two years in prison - NOT for what he wrote, but what he DIDN'T write and should have!
Even defense attorneys are in danger of being criminally charged, sentenced, and imprisoned - for asking to defend their clients by offering forensic and documentary evidence that the so-called "Holocaust" is not "self-evident."