This enormous quantity of sand could neither have been piled up in the camp nor transported out of the camp, therefore it was never actually extracted, and thus the respective mass graves were never dug.Roberto rightfully notes:
... why the sand could not have been transported out of the camp, as he claims, Mattogno does not explain ...It so happens that an early document, quoted by Mattogno in his and Graf's book about Treblinka, states (emphasis mine):
Dozens of witnesses attest to have seen how up to three transports of Jews, with 60 cars each, arrived in the camp on a daily basis. The trains left the camp either loaded with sand or empty.So, Mattogno knows about sand-removal claims for Treblinka. Belzec was analogous in all respects (except there were less witnesses left), so how can Mattogno claim that sand could not have been transported out of the camp? Um, hello? Helloooo?