In May 1945 former Auschwitz prisoner and Kapo Katherine Neiger provided affidavits to be used against several of the German camp staff during at the 1st Belsen trial. Some of those Germans in turn had the following to say about Neiger's claims:"Katherine Neiger is quite unable to say anything about me because she was Lagerälteste in Camp No. 2, and I had never met her." - Herta Ehlert
"... Katherine Neiger was not a single second in my camp, and has never been in my camp." - Irma Grese
"The whole thing is a lie." - Elisabeth Volkenrath
In her main affidavit dated May 6, 1945 Neiger stated that her mother and baby sister had been gassed, not at Auschwitz, but in a Polish ghetto:"I am aged 23 and am a Jewess of Czechoslovakian nationality. I left the Sudetenland in September 1938 and went to Czechoslovakia. I was arrested by the Germans in Prague and on 23rd October 1941 was sent to the Ghetto in Poland. My mother and baby sister were gassed at the Ghetto and I, with the rest of my family, was transferred to Auschwitz. In August 1944, my father having been gassed at Auschwitz, I and my sister were transferred to Belsen concentration camp."
British historian and regularly feature writer for "The Daily Holocaust," Guy Walters discusses Neiger at length in his 2009 book Hunting Evil. As you can see in the following facsimile from the book, Walters essentially lies by implying that Neiger's mother and baby sister were gassed at Auschwitz, and were even sent to the gas chambers by Mengele! As Walters knew perfectly well that Neiger said they were gassed in a Polish ghetto. Something that should disqualify her affidavit from being used even by a believer in the dogma of the homicidal Auschwitz gas chambers, as holocaustologists have never maintained that Jews were gassed in the actual ghettos.