A former pupil asked him to write a recommendation stating that the student hadn't disturbed his class. What a strange request! Professor Brown (no relation to this reporter) learned that the pupil's other teachers refused him because he did disturb their classes by making speeches and distributing pamphlets denying the Holocaust
http://www.jewishjournal.org/archives/a ... il3_98.htm
I wonder how exactly that would have worked?! Like it's a Freshman English Class, and the teacher says "There are some important aspects of the Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment that I'd like to mention...." And right then this student just cuts her off mid-sentence and says "I'd like to mention something about the crime and punishment involving that fraud they call the holocaust!..." As he stands up and starts passing out copies of the Rudolf Report.