Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel barred from moving to the U.S., though his wife is an American citizen

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Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel apparently wanted to move to the United States from Germany. (I say apparently because the decision on which I’m reporting, just posted on Westlaw but decided March 31 by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Administrative Appeals Office, referred only to one E.C.Z., but both the initials and the facts described in the decision fit Zundel and likely no one else.) He would normally get an immigrant visa, because his wife of 16 years — who is about 80 years old — is a U.S. citizen. But he was classified as inadmissible because he has been convicted of foreign crimes for which the sentence was five years or more:

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2017/04/24/holocaust-denier-ernst-zundel-barred-from-moving-to-the-u-s-though-his-wife-is-an-american-citizen/?utm_term=.b12b966ffc56

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2 thoughts on “Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel barred from moving to the U.S., though his wife is an American citizen

  1. Zundel and his wife have suffered so much just for telling the truth. I read somewhere that she can’t even visit him in Germany because if she goes there, she could be charged too.

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