By Carolyn Yeager
What is the "Holocaust" theme? To make the Germans feel guilty! The media coverage of the NSU trial since the court in Munich reconvened in September after their month-long summer holiday seems to have dried up. I just found this article at Deutsche Welle from Oct. 1, 2013, from which I have liberally quoted.
Ismail Yozgat, father of Halit Yozgat who was murdered in his Internet cafe in Kassel in 2006, puts on a great show of emotion, Turkish-style, as he talks about his son.
Family members are now testifying in the Munich court and being given every consideration and opportunity to express their feelings. For instance, the father of slain Halit Yozgat calculatedly used his testimony to give an emotional account of how he found his 21-year-old son dead in his Internet cafe 7 years ago. He even went as far as to get out of his seat and lie down on the courtroom floor to demonstrate the position in which he found his son.
"Why did they kill my son?" He asked the courtroom, his voice choked by tears.
Then he looked towards the five accused and, addressing them directly asked: "What gave you the right to do this?"