Martin Bohrman Alive!
Simon Wiesenthal Center Tracks Down Hitler's Private Secretary Posing as ADL chief Abraham Foxman, says assumed identity fomented anti-Semitism "beyond Fuehrer's wildest dreams"
Foxman never existed , proving theories entertained by those who said “this guy can't be real”...
ADL closes doors, bank accounts and phone lines...
Bohrman says obnoxious Foxman character was found believable , thereby proving his innocence.
Israel charges identity genocide
Liberals remain dumb, conservatives stay deaf, rest of congress continues blind...
Southern Poverty Law center begins new fund raising drive to stop Master Race from masquerading as Chosen People.
Dershowitz to prosecute Bohrman and defend Foxman on grounds of diminished capacity and suffering caused by painful confusion over identical last syllable of names
Holocaust industry shares drop ..
Market consumed by hysteria,
Consumers gripped by fear
Bush calls for war on mental terror, anti-Semitism and Jimmy Carter.
Legalienate was able to obtain this brief interview :
Legalienate: How were you able to maintain your disguise?
Bohrman: It wasn't easy, sometimes I tired of being a Nazi, but my best protection was to continually promote Jewish supremacy, which bred the anti-Semitic backlash I live for . . .
Legalienate: Did anyone ever suspect your real identity?
Bohrman: Only once, when I compared Elie Wiesel to Pinocchio.
Legalienate: What's been the general reaction to your "outing"?
Bohrman: Shock, disbelief, hysteria, offers to do a book, movie and TV series, and a Hollywood proposal to nominate me for an Academy Award .
Legalienate: What are your current plans?
Bohrman: I want to found a Holocaust Museum in Mecca.
Legalienate: Anything else?
Bohrman: I’d like to complete my 64th edition of "The New Anti-Semitism."
Legalienate: Any advice for young people?
Bohrman: You can never have enough enemies. Dream big, blame others for your faults, and cash in.
Stay tuned for further details at six, following televised executions of Holocaust Deniers and Barry Bonds