Steve F wrote:You're avoiding my question, proxyserver.
Why did none of the "eye-witnesses" mention all of the cherry-red corpses?
"In countless war crimes trials beginning already in Russia in 1943 (Kharkov and Krasnodar) and continuing even to this day (Munich), countless "eyewitnesses" testified under oath about what they supposedly saw--but NONE have ever claimed that the victims were pink or red. There is not even one such example from any of the testimony or in any of the countless books on the subject.
The CO gassing stories are clearly a monumental LIE! The "holocaust" hoaxers blundered about the most basic and most easily recognized feature of any CO gassing victim: the dramatic and "conspicuous" color of the corpse"
In my previous post I mentioned http://www.vho.org/tr/2004/2/Provan159-164.html in which there is discussion of the question, and at that site it is not necessarily believed all or most of the alleged gassed corpses were characterised by "cherry-red" discoloration. Another site that might be more congenial to those who tend to be dogmatic "revisionists" might perhaps be this: http://www.revblog.codoh.com/2011/06/sk ... oloration/ Thus, it is necessarily the case that I am unable to give you a definitive answer to your question, as I am just as much in the dark about the question as you possibly are, and only after much study can either of us be more confident about knowing the answer, particularly within the context of the whole "Holocaust" debate, which is certainly something that cannot possibly be even known in one lifetime. Thus, Steve F I would urge you not to be so dogmatic about the "Holocaust" debate, and, in the interests of free debate, try to keep an open mind; for instance, as far as the political consequences are concerned, it surely should not matter what is the actual objective truth about the "Holocaust", as all matters are relatively easy to rationalize away.