This is just not adding up like most of the liars that appear with their own "story of survival".
If one reads the article it suggests he spent 3 years in Treblinka and Blizhin before arriving at Auschwitz in 1944. That means he first entered the camp system as a 7 year old and "survived" at Treblinka, a camp from which less than 100 "survivors" are claimed by the holohoaxters.
Maybe Treblinka was a transit camp after all
as I am sure they needed all the 7 year olds they could get. However its a bit strange that he does not seem to appear on any list of known "survivors" from Treblinka maybe 7 year olds were exempt from appearing on lists
Then his "story" then takes him to Auschwitz at the age of ten where he gets his tattoo and miraculously "survives" again. Is there a record of transports from Treblinka to Auschwitz? The hoaxsters often claim the rail records for Treblinka are in good shape, if so he might even be traceable, but somehow I think he wont be
Strange thing is the article says he will NOT show his tattoo for a photograph
I wonder why
Next thing is if you enter his "Auschwitz number" into the Auschwitz museum prisoner number search facility the number is not recognised, neither is the family name. In fact the museum records do not find him at all, maybe they didnt keep records for 10 year olds
It seems that even the tattooist didnt get a clear look at his tattoo as the son complains the tattooist got the character font wrong (that assumes he saw a real tattoo to copy in the first instance)
Which ever way you look at it this just does not add up, he claims he went through 2 so called "extermination" camps where the fairytale claims children were killed immediately and now wont show the world his untraceable tattoo number, phleease
I wonder why not?