In the new Holocaust Handbook, The Gas Vans, which can be downloaded from here, Santiago Alvarez tries to rip apart the 1960 testimony of August Becker, which Roberto has copied from Klee et al's 'The Good Old Days' to this post. Alvarez (p.190) claims that Becker could not have witnessed the extermination of deportees in Minsk that began in May 1942. However, he deliberately shortens Becker's sentence, "I could not take any more and three days later, it must have been September 1942, I traveled back by lorry via Warsaw to Berlin" to "I could not take it anymore", thereby omitting the date that Becker clearly states in that sentence.
Alvarez also reveals rank stupidity. He moans about an obvious error on Becker's Wikipedia entry, which claims he was given a ten-year sentence in the KTI trial and overlooks Klee et al's unambiguous note (p.289) that he was actually declared unfit to stand trial. He assumes that Hauptsturmführer Rühl must be Felix Rühl of Einsatzgruppe D even though Becker's description of him fits the service record of Adolf Rübe, who was under the KdS in Minsk and took part in the Slutzk shooting action of February 1943 that Nick discussed here. Moreover, page 12 of the book reveals that it was written with the "support of Thomas Kues", who supplied numerous documents, and utilized improvements suggested by Mattogno. Thus our old friends have inflicted another dishonest shambles on their readers.