A rash of discussions has broken out on the Internet regarding Nick Terry of Exeters poor scholarship, and connection to fakes, forgeries, and foolishness.
Here is one such discussion that I'm reposting from CODOH:
Re: Nick Terry utterly demolished on Walendy forgery accusat
Should you wish to see examples of Nick Terry's scholarship, or lack thereof, also the antics of the other names you have mentioned, you need look no further than CODOH itself.
(here is one thread to start you off, but there are many) viewtopic.php?f=2&t=6404
The HateBlogWatch Forum by its own admission is not a debate forum about the Holocaust but that is neither here nor there. This thread is concerning Nick Terry's poor research. He's been called out by revisionists for many such mistakes in the past, as well as quite recently by believers, as evidenced in the link from the believer website http://www.deathcamps.org link I posted above.
Why speculate on matters when the actual evidence is there to behold.
But in academia excommunication is very serious. Surely the dean and senior faculty staff at Exeter would be interested in his lies and obfuscations via ARC/RODOH etc?? Wouldn't they like to know what this buffoon is doing, and how he lies to one and all and more importantly has engaged in criminal forgeries?
I am lucky in that I have direct access to this particular university. I will now make an approach to the dean with all the documents and evidence shown here and on other websites about this idiot and see what they do. I would guess that Terry is in the pay of USHMM and other organisations, directly and indirectly.
A very good point you make.
The posting above met with instant refute by Roberto Muehlenkamp, the only remaining Holocaust Controversies hate blogger stupid enough to continue the charade of actually pretending to be on the side of truth and pragmatism. <- we all know he's a liar, and a weirdo who gets off on creating controversy (hence the name of his hate blog "Holocaust Controversies")
I for one agree with the CODOH poster, that its time academic institutions look into the matter, and take appropriate action. We will see what happens in the near future.