TRIAL IN ABSENTIA IN NUREMBERG
About the Book
All witnesses agreed that the remains of Adolf Hitler and Eva Braun were taken to the garden of the Chancellery, sprinkled with essences, and were incinerated. To question Hitler’s suicide is not the subject of debate in this book. I assert as a lawyer, coupled with my experience as a career judge, to say that the investigation on the crimes committed by the Nazis during the Nuremberg trial, which resulted in the judgment of twenty-four senior Nazi officers before the military tribunal of Nuremberg, did not meet all elements of evidence of Hitler’s death. Even in the case of a cripple who doubted in the death of the German dictator—we had enough at the time of the trial—Hitler should be tried in absentia at Nuremberg.