On August 30, 1994 Robert Faurisson visited the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington and asked to see its scientific director Michael Berenbaum, who agreed to receive him in his office in the presence of accompanying witnesses (two for either party).
Unable to answer Faurisson’s question as to why the museum displayed no physical representation of the “Nazi gas chamber”, Berenbaum lost his composure entirely and flew into a rage. After some moments, in the face of the Professor’s firm insistence he replied only with the words: “The decision had been taken not to give a physical representation of the gas chamber”.
Would an organisation like the Roman Catholic Church ever refrain from showing a representation of the “true cross” of Jesus Christ?
October 22, 1994 (27m.30s.)