SHATTERED by his ordeal in cross examination at the hands
of Zündel's counsel Douglas Christie, Browning
refused to testify again in the later Zündel trials,
not wanting to go through that -- ever -- again.
In the Lipstadt trial, he behaved badly: he
tried to withdraw evidence in his report when Mr Irving
spotted that he had deliberately omitted passages from his
selected passages from the so-called Gerstein Report which
completely invalidated his arguments and exposed Kurt
Gerstein as a liar.
The judge ordered that both
versions of the Browning report be introduced in the
Lipstadt trial, which provided Mr Irving with a happy
hunting ground in his cross examination of this "scholar".