In October 2014, Carlo Mattogno sent me this:
As to Thomas Kues, I don't know what happened to him, therefore I cannot assert that he stopped revisionism.
In December 2015, Graf sent me this:
Thomas Kues has "disappeared". He is alive and well, but he has forbidden us to contact him. Apparently he is dead scared, for some reasons I do not know. So we cannot count on him any more. What a pity. But his contribution to revisionism has been enormous.
Jurgen today has sent me another email with more detail.
Please spread the following information everywhere, mentioning me as an author and correcting mistakes. (English is my third language.)
Thomas Kues "disappeared" in July 2013. One year later, after one of our friends had contacted one of Thomas' relatives and asked him to forward a message to Thomas, Thomas answered through this relative that he was alive and well, in a European country I do not feel authorized to name. He forbade my friend and all other revisionists to try to contact him. He apologized for his "cowardice" but did not revoke his revisionist ideas. The tone of his message indicated that he is scared to death.
Regardless of where he is now and why he chose to "disappear", Kues has made an exceedingly important contribution to revisionist research. Without his active and fruitful participation, the book Mattogno and myself wrote about Sobibor would not nearly be as good as it is. As a matter of fact, Kues knew much more about Sobibor than I, or even Mattogno. His articles about the deportation of "gassed" Jews to the occupied Eastern territories (published in "Inconvenient History") are extremely important as well.
I do not know Thomas Kues' real name. I know nothing about him except that he is still young, that he lived in a Scandinavian country until July 2013 and that he can read about 11 languages fluently, from Japanese to Dutch. He is obviously highly intelligent and totally devoted to the revisionist cause.Why he chose to "disappear", and whether we will ever hear from him again, I do not know. But he deserves the highest respect.