John reviews the book Hitler's Justice: The Courts of the Third Reich by Ingo Muller about the culpability of the German legal system--judges, lawyers and academics--during the Nazi years. The author argues, and John agrees, that justice was not done after WWII. John also points to signs that may foreshadow a rise in totalitarianism in our current society.
Amazon.ca: Hitler's Justice: The Courts of the Third Reich by Ingo Muller
Infogalactic: Judges' Trial
Wikipedia: Juristenprozess (in German; with photos of all defendants at the Nuremberg Judges' Trial)
Wikipedia: Franz Schlegelberger
Harvard Law: NMT Case 3 The Justice Case
Phillips Nuremberg Trials Photographs, 1945-1949: Photo 1919 - Judges of the People's Courts
Theme Music "Carpay Diem" by Dave Stevens