who's lying?

LIPSTADT misses the point. A historian's "stock in trade" is the secret material that he has acquired in a lifetime of research and hard field work.
   From the applications made by Lipstadt and her lawyers it was plain they wanted to gain access to these secret files, which had nothing to do with the trial: e.g. the secret Goebbels Diaries which I had exclusively obtained from the Moscow archives, and other source materials collected for my Churchill and Himmler biographies. I objected, and Master Trench at once saw my point. Lipstadt evidently still does not.
   Were these items to be "mentioned in court" (the qualifying criterion) they would come instantly into the public domain.