Laurentz Dahl wrote: A Babi Yar "documentary" signed Steven Spielberg could possibly trigger forensic examinations/excavations at the site.
I don't think so. The "orange" Ukrainian government, whose election campaign was funded by the Wall Street - Jew George Soros, most certainly will never allow that. It's more likely that the site of the alleged crime would be transformed in one of those "holy places", which mustn't be disturbed and are part of the "Holocaust-religion" in creation, as was discussed here in another thread.
Any other Ukrainian government wouldn't allow it either, for too many people have an interest in protecting those war propaganda lies - Germany is paying too well for it for over 60 years now.
But we have the air-photographs taken by the Luftwaffe, which prove that nothing of the sort the Jews claim to have happened ever took place there.
[John C. Ball, "Air Photo Evidence", Delta, B.C., 1992, pp. 106-108 and Ernst Gauss [=Germar Rudolf] (ed.), "Grundlagen zur Zeitgeschichte", Grabert, Tübingen 1994, pp. 239 and 375-399]
One photograph was taken on September 26, 1943, immediately after the alleged destruction of all traces of the horrible crime (digging out all the bodies and burning them without leaving any trace of the bodies or the graves or the fires etc.pp.) by the strange "Sonderkommando 1005", showing nothing of the sort at all: no traces of any big fires, no disturbance of the soil, no traces of the many many truckloads that would have been necessary to supply the fuel for cremation.
And why didn't the Sovjets come up with a "Katyn-style" investigation committee with experts from neutral countries immediately after they re-conquered Kiew at the end of September 1943? The reason is quite plain: there were no proofs, so there was no such crime.