Holocaust researcher Vincent Reynouard, founder of the French 'Vision historique objective' (VHO) or objective historical perspective, has been arrested in France and charged with the democratic crime of not agreeing with the Jewish version of World War II.
Reynouard, French by birth, has been living in exile in Brussels, runs the the French-speaking branch of the 'Vrij historisch onderzoek' a group created in 1985 by the leaders of the Vlaams Blok, renamed the Vlaams Belang from November 2004.
A leader of the Dutch VHO, Siegfried Verbeke, was also arrested on the 14 November in Courtrai and sentenced to a year in prison for daring to point out the physical impossibility of the alleged holocaust.
Investigators were tipped off that Reynouard was back in France to hold conferences on the holocaust. The legal system caught up with him and he was arrested on 14 November while he was staying illegally in the country. He will go on trial in democratic France in a few months time.