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Branting responded that he would turn over evidence to the defense rather than the court, pending approval by his Commission. He also made ten requests regarding the rights of defendants and witnesses. Werner sidestepped most of Branting’s concerns, but did make a conditional commitment to provide safe conduct to witnesses based on their person and deeds. 42 In the end, Branting did not furnish evidence to either the defense or the court. The real point, however, was that Werner demonstrated an awareness of outside public opinion embodied in the tribunal process; German courts could not just go it alone in such a politically charged case.
His Labour Party decried such an undemocratic proposal and rejected a common front with the Communists, but it was indicative of the prevailing fearful mood. 14 Dimitrov and his fellow Bulgarians had worried since their arrests that Germany would extradite them to Bulgaria to face old criminal charges. Now the situation had changed, as their lives were endangered in a German prison—they wanted to get out at any cost. Emboldened by his success at Leipzig, Dimitrov subsequently telegrammed the Bulgarian prime minister, seeking safe conduct to return to challenge the Soﬁa cathedral conviction.
10 The Brown Book of the Hitler Terror was ﬁrst published on August 1, 1933 by Muenzenberg’s Editions du Carrefour. It was translated into seventeen languages, with the English edition being issued in London on September 1 by Victor Gollancz. The “Brown Book” was directed at European public opinion, and copies were successfully smuggled into Germany to exert an inﬂuence there as well. It sought to counter the German indictment and challenge the legitimacy of the upcoming Leipzig trial by maintaining the innocence of the four Communists, while admitting the guilt of van der Lubbe.
International Citizens’ Tribunals: Mobilizing Public Opinion to Advance Human Rights by Arthur Jay Klinghoffer;Judith Apter Klinghoffer