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Topic - Jeffrey Scott Shapiro
A friend of mine had a similar experience to that of writer Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, albeit 30 years ago ("No Dachau? No Auschwitz? Ignoring just as evil as denying," Commentary, Oct. 18). When my friend visited Dachau, he encountered a German population that professed to know nothing (or pretended to know nothing) about what had occurred there. There was universal denial and no acceptance of blame for those who had been killed.
"There have been so many problems and so many concerns," he said. "I think they did a great job in trying to convey transparency to the public finally, but in terms of the way things ran, in terms of operations, there are just so many questions."
"I think it's going to take a little bit of time to process all of this," said Jeffrey Scott Shapiro, an independent lawyer who has petitioned the secretary of state to conduct an investigation of the entire race and who argued for the recount before the St. Lucie canvassing board.