Morrison wrote:Werd, if Belzec and Treblinka "had at least a few mas graves," would it be possible for archaeologists to locate them still today?
If the barrier was removed from Belzec in 2016, who knows? If we believe Kola's report on Belzec from the late 90's, then some mass graves were found. But all he gave was pencil drawings. Is that really the only way his core samples were documented from Belzec? The highest order of documentation of removal of contents, contents themselves, and lab testing for contents is necessary. Video, photography and lab tests. One should also mark the site permanently to show where they took samples. You also should not put back the core samples you took. You ruin the stratigraphy that was there before you basically ruined it...
Werd, Morrison asked a very simple yes or no question, but I do not see a yes or a no for an answer from you. Was the above evasive response a yes or a no?
Also, could you tell us more about the "stratigraphy" of a pit that is filled with human corpses and how it gets "ruined" by taking core samples? (That sounds very interesting.)