Holocaust Denial on Trial, or HDoT, claims that the aerial photograph of the Babi Yar ravine that were taken shortly after the alleged burning of the alleged victims of the alleged Babi Yar massacre does not prove these allegations, one way or the other. I will agree with HDoT that this photo lends no evidence to the narrative of the alleged Babi Yar massacre. Thing is, the burden of proof lies on the party making the accusation. So all HDoT has done here is further illustrate their lack of evidence.
HDoT claims that John Ball was not analyzing the place where the mass graves are PROBABLY located. They further aver that Ball did not have the proper sophisticated equipment to draw any conclusions. Here is the area that Ball analyzed and the original photo:
Unlike John Ball I do not have a geology degree or magnifying equipment. Perhaps HDoT could find someone that has qualifications to find some body cremating evidence in the vast stretch of area that the photo encompasses. The fact that this has not been done tells me that there indeed is no such evidence in this photo.
I’d like to briefly venture off topic to illustrate how the Holocaust industry works. The orthodox historians involved with maintaining the Holocaust narrative are not interested in truth seeking as evidenced by what happened to John Ball. In 2005 having witnessed his fellow Holocaust revisionists literally being thrown in jail he gave up revisionism, changed his name and moved. Does the persecution of peaceful citizens who have done nothing but question the official narrative sound like something an upholder of the truth, or the maintainer of a lie, would do?
Moving on. Next we have copes as to why they are unable to determine the exact location of the graves. HDoT then references the investigation that the Soviets undertook, but complains that the Soviets did not document the precise location of the graves. That sounds like a real serious investigation. In the very next paragraph HDoT says that because of antisemitism the Soviets did not permit additional examination of the area (citation needed). Am I really expected to believe that the Soviets were preventing the discovery of evidence of Nazi atrocities? Or were they covering up for the fact there was nothing to discover? What makes more sense?
I find it interesting that HDoT bemoans that the photo did not have sufficient clarity to draw any conclusions when they themselves presented an ambiguous photo of dirt as evidence in a previous section.
Even if I allow the concession that John Bell not analyze the probable site of the mass graves we are still left with an aerial photograph that does not provide evidence for the claims made about the alleged Babi Yar massacre.
After an investigation into all of the Babi Yar claims made by HDoT I can conclude that the only evidence of this massacre is unreliable eyewitness testimony. This is not enough to prove that the event occured and thus we have yet another aspect of the so-called Holocaust that did not happen the way they said it happened.
UPDATE: Thank you commenter, Jon, for pointing out that Carlo Mattogno’s, The Einsatzgruppen in the Occupied Eastern Territories—Genesis, Missions and Actions, has more information on the aerial photos. See pages 561-563.