Seven Simple WW II Archaeology Question

Seven Simple WW II Archaeology Question

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Kelly Ryan

Anchorage, AK

#1 Nov 16, 2013
Seven Simple WW II Archaeology Questions

# 1 - Is it known - WITH 100 % CERTAINTY - via bona fide, verifiably honest and legitimately documented archaeology / forensic science, that, at - Belzec, Chelmno, Sobibor and Treblinka - there are graves in which human remains have actually been - physically discovered / tangibly located - by legitimate archaeologists / crime scene investigators?- Yes.- or - No.__?__

# 2 - At Belzec, it is known - WITH 100 % CERTAINTY - that there are no less than __?__ existing graves in which legitimate archaeologists / crime scene investigators have, via verifiably honest forensic science, actually - physically discovered / tangibly located - human remains.

# 3 - At Chelmno, it is known - WITH 100 % CERTAINTY - that there are no less than __?__ existing graves in which legitimate archaeologists / crime scene investigators have, via verifiably honest forensic science, actually - physically discovered / tangibly located - human remains.

# 4 - At Sobibor, it is known - WITH 100 % CERTAINTY - that there are no less than __?__ existing graves in which legitimate archaeologists / crime scene investigators have, via verifiably honest forensic science, actually - physically discovered / tangibly located - human remains.

# 5 - At Treblinka, it is known - WITH 100 % CERTAINTY - that there are no less than __?__ existing graves in which legitimate archaeologists / crime scene investigators have, via verifiably honest forensic science, actually - physically discovered / tangibly located - human remains.

# 6 - It is known - WITH 100 % CERTAINTY - that - THE ONE PROVEN GRAVE -(out of all the alleged “graves” claimed to currently exist at - Belzec, Chelmno, Sobibor and Treblinka) in which - THE MOST - human remains have actually been - physically discovered / tangibly located - by legitimate archaeologists / crime scene investigators, is -__?__ grave #__?__.(Please visit - www.nafcash.com - for information about the grave numbering system.)

# 7 - Sourced by bona fide written documents authored by the same archaeologists / crime scene investigators who claim to have uncovered them - via honest and verifiable forensic science, it is known - WITH 100 % CERTAINTY - that, to date, the kind and amount of human remains that have actually been - physically discovered / tangibly located - in this grave is, NO LESS THAN:

7a - Human corpses: whole (number)-__?*__, partial (number)-__?*__.

7b - Human skeletons: whole (number)-__?*__, partial (number)-__?*__.

7c - Human skulls: whole (number)-__?*__, partial (number)-__?*__.

7d - Human bones: whole (number)-__?*__, partial (number)-__?*__.

7e - Human bones: whole and fragments combined (amount in pounds / ounces)-__?*__.

7f - Human teeth: whole (number)-__?*__, partial (number)-__?*__.

7g - Human bones and teeth: whole and partial combined (amount in pounds / ounces)-__?*__.

* Answer requires citation of the actual recorded figure and source (see above) for verification purposes.
Ed Garvin

Old Lyme, CT

#2 Nov 18, 2013
Are you out of yer feckin' mind???

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