British schoolboys 'caught stealing' litter from Auschwitz, each must pay £3300

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British schoolboys 'caught stealing' litter from Auschwitz, each must pay £3300

Postby Hannover » 2 weeks 6 days ago (Sun Apr 09, 2017 11:16 pm)

The Auschwitz Fantasy Theme Park is a huge money making operation for Poland and Jews in general.
Hell, they even squeeze money out of kids after they pay to enter the religious cult site.

And given what these boys were 'caught stealing', they should have been applauded for picking up litter, see photo below.

And this is too precious for words:
The pair initially faced the charge of stealing goods of special importance to the well-being of culture, an offence which carries a ten-year jail term.
But after the items were deemed to have no cultural significance by several experts, the charge was lessened to damaging a site of historical importance.
:lol:

and:
Each year these items emerge from the earth.
Indeed, it's a bizarre religion.

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Have a look below.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/british-scho ... 02928.html
British schoolboys caught stealing items from Auschwitz fined £400 [see bold below]

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Ben Thompson (left) and Marcus Dell (right) have been ordered to pay the fine

Two British schoolboys who were caught stealing buttons and pieces of metal and glass from Auschwitz have been fined £400.

Marcus Dell and Ben Thompson, who are both from Hertfordshire, were ordered to pay the fine, along with a further £1,250 each to be donated to the Memorial Foundation for the victims of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

The pair, who were 17 at the time of the offence, were caught stealing the items from the Nazi death camp during a visit with the prestigious Perse School in 2015.

Delivering the verdict at a court in Krakow, Judge Wojciech Kolanko said: ‘We are dealing with monumental remains, namely the camp items.

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The boys took these items, including a button, from the camp.

‘Each year these items emerge from the earth. These items are collected twice a year, catalogued and placed in a display case.

‘The same things in the cabinet were also around in the earth, because they had not yet managed to find their place in it, for practical and financial reasons.’

The pair initially faced the charge of stealing goods of special importance to the well-being of culture, an offence which carries a ten-year jail term.

But after the items were deemed to have no cultural significance by several experts, the charge was lessened to damaging a site of historical importance.

At the start of the hearing in 2016, the boys had initially claimed that they had picked up the items in order to ask their guide about them, but were stopped by security before they had the chance.


If it can't happen as alleged, then it didn't.

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Re: British schoolboys 'caught stealing' litter from Auschwitz, each must pay £3300

Postby borjastick » 2 weeks 6 days ago (Mon Apr 10, 2017 3:11 am)

So when the commenter made this comment

Each year these items emerge from the earth.
am I correct in assuming he is talking about stuff previously buried that nature brings up to the surface???

That is indeed correct, ask any farmer who has to remove stones and rocks each year from his fields in order not to damage plough blades etc. But given that we are talking about concentration camps where it is alleged that millions were killed, cremated and buried one could reasonably ask if things previously buried rise to the surface, why don't we ever see the tens of millions of teeth and bone fragments from the alleged victims doing just the same?
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Re: British schoolboys 'caught stealing' litter from Auschwitz, each must pay £3300

Postby cold beer » 2 weeks 5 days ago (Mon Apr 10, 2017 11:32 pm)

Although it goes without saying, it is worth saying, that there is a psychological strategy behind the over the top reactions, legal or otherwise, to anything and everything holocaust related, to elevate the holohoax to an artificial level of importance that eclipses just about anything else you can bring to mind.


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