Mr Justice Gray
Holocaust trial judgesSir Charles Gray

[Sir Charles Gray is a British judge (Mr. Justice Gray), who presided over the trial of David Irving's libel lawsuit against Professor Deborah Lipstadt and Penguin Books over claims that he was a holocaust denier and who delivered judgement against Irving.]

[2016 Book] Fail: “Denying the Holocaust” How Deborah Lipstadt Botched Her Attempt to Demonstrate the Growing Assault on Truth and Memory By Germar Rudolf

[2016] Denial (Holocaust Movie)

Letter to Ms.Thompson and Mr.Goode from David Merlin  new movie based on Deborah Lipstadt's book  History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier.  The movie is "Denial " .

Germar Rudolph critique of the Judgement of Justice Gray

The Picture of Judge Gray By George Brewer

David Irving responds
my short book on my 2005 arrest, trial and imprisonment

PENGUIN Books and Lipstadt were joint defendants in the libel action I brought against them. Penguin did not pay a penny themselves, their insurers Commercial Union paid their costs; but despite this, Penguin (and not the insurers) petitioned me for bankruptcy, to recover the costs -- which they had never suffered. Go figure.
    In law: they suffered no "damnification." It was a very clear legal point. When we appealed against the Court's therefore unjustified payment Order, on these grounds -- before necessarily the same Judge as had found against me in the Libel Action -- to our fury Penguin Books Ltd quite simply lied, and claimed that they, and not the insurers, had indeed paid the legal bills.
    We demanded to see the evidence. Ignoring our protests (because millions were at stake) Mr Justice Gray accepted the spoken assurance of Penguin's counsel, Heather Rogers, who had been his Junior in the Nicholas Tolstoy Libel Trial, that Penguin had themselves paid.
    Penguin Books failed to produce any evidence of this -- e.g. cancelled cheques -- and they also signally failed to comply with an Order by the Court of Appeal that they have their costs properly taxed within twelve months, which would of course have revealed their lie (and caused Miss Rogers not a little difficulty with the Bar). The Courts were very lenient and turned a blind eye on all these shortcomings of my opponents.--David Irving

Professor Richard J EvansRichard Evans
EVANS was one of the neutral "expert witnesses" expensively (£250,000) hired by Prof Deborah Lipstadt and her publisher to testify as to Mr Irving's worth as an historian during the libel action against her. After spending 20 man-years searching Mr Irving's thirty works, Evans and his team wrote a report charging that the author had made 19 errors (e.g., he had misread a five-letter word in Himmler's handwriting). In a remarkably hostile judgment, Mr Justice Gray reduced even that figure to twelve.]