The report was submitted as evidence at the Frankfurt Auschwitz trial on 2 July 1964. Previously, the examining judge demanded to verify the authenticity of the document and so Kinna himself was questioned on the report. He confirmed its authenticity.
What follows is a transcription and translation of the relevant paragraph (the full text can be found on the Auschwitz trial DVD):
"Beschränkte, Idioten, Krüppel und kranke Menschen müssen in kürzester Zeit durch Liquidation zur Entlastung des Lagers aus demselben entfernt werden. Diese Maßnahme findet aber insofern eine Erschwerung, da nach Anweisung des RSHA entgegen der bei den Juden angewendeten Maßnahme, Polen eines natürlichen Todes sterben müssen."
"Imbeciles, idiots, cripples and sick people have to be removed from the camp within a short time by liquidiation to unburden the camp. But this measure has insofar complications as, according to order from the RSHA, the Poles have to die of a natural death contrary to the measures applied on the Jews."
The classic Revisionist argument is that Jews unfit for work were NOT killed in Auschwitz because the camp records list so and so many unfit people. This argument is based on a misconception and simplification of the policy in Auschwitz.
1. The immediate killing of Jews unfit for work referred exclusively to Jews freshly deported to Auschwitz with RSHA transports and selected at the ramp in Auschwitz. It did not refer to Jews who were already registered in the camp and became unfit for work. Here a different policy applied. In this case, the Jews were transferred into a hospital camp and if they recovered had chance to get released into their block. However, from time to time (depending on factors such as how much labour was required, how full was the camp, also on the present camp regime) selections were also carried out in the hospital camps and inmates were liquidated.
2. Given the crowded situation at the ramp, the huge number of Jews subjected to it (several hundreds of thousands), the high speed the selection was carried out and the rough nature of the selection process, it is not unlikely that people unfit for work managed to slip through the selection process and were sent into the camp. Once they were registered, they were safe for the moment at least until an internal camp selection was carried out.
3. There was a gypsies family camp in Auschwitz. Prior its liquidation in 1944, it was (mostly) not subjected to killings and even children were born in the camp. In fact, most of the children in the records of Auschwitz are gypsis, which of course does not rebutt an extermination policy towards Jews.
4. There were Jewish family camps transferred from Theresienstadt to Auschwitz-Birkenau. These were kept alive for camouflage purposes and were also populated by children and Jewish people formally unfit for work. These camps were liquidated after some time but still left their traces in the records.
5. There were Jewish twin children kept in Auschwitz for medical experiments.
6. There were Jewish boys under 14 years kept as delivery boys in 1944.
7. Since 1943 the extermination policy towards Jews already registered in the camp was weaken due to a new regime in Auschwitz and lack of labour force for the war industry.