Tämäkö on se raskauttavin todiste?Sitaatti tutkimuksesta:
"Dr. André Swanström has drawn attention to a letter dated 24.7.1941 from volunteer SS-Unterscharführer Olavi Karpalo [and five co-signatories] to the Finnish Liaison Officer and military chaplain SS-Obersturmführer Ensio Pihkala. In the letter, which was probably written near the town of Tarashcha (Tarascha, Ger. Taraschtscha), about 100 km south of Kiev, Karpalo claims among other things that for the execution of Jews poorer shooting skills than those maintained by the Finnish volunteers would be adequate. Owing to the vague wording, it is difficult to conclude precisely what Karpalo means. Dr. Swanström considers Karpalo’s words to be clear evidence that Karpalo himself “really had shot Jews”. However, this claim stretches the information which can reasonably be gleaned from this single document alone. As it stands, his letter provides no information at all on the crucial issues: whom he would have shot, and when and where this would have happened. Nonetheless, as the rear troops of the Waffen-SS often had to support the Einzatzgruppen who took care of the systematic killings, it seems possible that also Karpalo and the other Finnish co-signatories may have been ordered to take part in such shooting."