Via Cambridge News:
Vile leaflets denying the holocaust have been left on cars on Cambridge University property.
Police are investigating following a series of suspected racially-motivated incidents across the city, which seem to be targeting the Jewish community.
On Thursday (February 2) up to 30 leaflets were pinned to cars parked at university premises on Sidgwick Avenue, which supported claims made by convicted Holocaust denier David Irving.
The fliers reference the recent film Denial , which is based on the 2000 libel trial between Irving and Penguin books, where he was found to have falsified evidence to support his claim the Holocaust was a hoax.
Cambridge historian Sir Richard Evans, who is now president of Wolfson College, was a key witness in the trial, and appears in the film portrayed by actor John Sessions.