Carlos Whitlock Porter is an American ex-patriate, skilled linguist and translator living in Belgium. According to his website he is a professional translator of German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese into English.
Because of his work translating Russian documents from the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg he discovered the infamous ‘pedal-driven brain bashing machine’. From his book Made in Russia:
In 1997 Germany charged Porter with Holocaust denial. He refused to attend the trial, was tried in absentia and convicted. Interested parties can read about the trial here.
Porter is interested in the Japanese war crimes trials. He believes should be studied together with the German war crimes trials for the purposes of comparison. You can read articles on this topic here.
Porter’s website is also full of gems. I suggest you check it out.