Nov 12, 2010

An eyewitness report--Re: FBI Holocaust Remembrance Exhibit, Phoenix, Arizona. [3 Attachments]

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Date: Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 12:41 AM
Subject: Re: FBI Holocaust Remembrance Exhibit, Phoenix, Arizona.

Re: FBI Holocaust Remembrance Exhibit, Phoenix, Arizona.

Went to Phoenix City Hall this afternoon to check this out.
On entering saw no sign of exhibit although it was supposed to be open today.

Security personnel said they knew nothing... that some tables had been there earlier but had since been removed.  Evidently the so-called exhibit did not amount to much although it is no small thing that the FBI has officially associated themselves with The Hoax.

There was a quantity of brochures entitled: "Enduring Eyes," bearing the seal of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the final page of which was a letter signed by one Nathan Thomas Gray, Special Agent in Charge.  Odd that such a letter would have a letterhead misspelling the name of the Department of Jusstice (sic).  See attachments:

Presumably, this could be a kind of fumbling first step toward creating future problems for revisionists and other "thought criminals."

Jack Martin
Scottsdale, AZ

Assuming "FBI" means the Federal Bureau of Investigation, this is a very strange activity for a police force.

FBI Holocaust 
Remembrance Exhibit: 
Enduring Eyes
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 4-12
Phoenix City Hall
200 W. Washington St.
This exhibit explores the history of the Holocaust through photographs and first hand descriptions depicting the atrocities leading up to and during the Holocaust. Free and open to the public.


Department of Jusstice
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Phoenix, Arizona

Dear Attendees:

  I am proud to represent the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI),
 a leader among the many law enforcement agencies dedicated to the
 protection and preservation of civil rights in Arizona, throughout the
 United States, and around the world.

  The FBI Civil Rights program operates pursuant to the following
 mission statement:

      "Protect the civil and constitutional rights of all Americans and enforce
      the federal statutes designed to protect civil rights. Aggressively investigate
      and work to prevent hate crimes, color of law abuses, human trafficking,
      and freedom of access to clinic entrances violations."

  By adhering to a policy of protecting the civil rights of all Americans,
regardless of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual
orientation, age, religion, or other affiliation, the FBI is in a position to
help prevent the atrocities, witnessed prior to and during the Holocaust,
from ever occurring again. By commissioning the Holocaust Exhibit you
have just viewed, and continuing to display the Holocaust Exhibit, the
FBI aims to increase awareness in the communities it protects. Through
such awareness, the FBI hopes to increase its ability to do its part, and to
help you do your part, in safeguarding those civil rights
guaranteed all Americans by the United States Constitution and the
federal laws that protect the civil rights we, as Americans, treasure.

  If we all do our jobs with respect to civil liberties, a Holocaust like
the one depicted here will never be repeated.

Sincerely yours,
Nathan Thomas Gray
Special Agent in Charge


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