The Trial of Josef Kramer and Forty Four Others
IN THE MATTER OF WAR CRIMES AND DEPOSITION BY VACLAV JECNY
DEPOSITION OF No. 14573509 Sergeant EDWARD DINSDALE, 86 Special Investigation Section, Corps of Military Police, sworn before Captain Alexander Mackinley Forbes, Royal Artillery, Legal Staff, No. 1 War Crimes Investigation Team.
1. On the instructions of Captain A.J. Fox, D.A.P.M. 86 Special Investigation Section, Corps of Military Police, I interviewed VACLAV JECNY on 13th June 1945. Through the Interpreter, Charlotte Duschenes, late of c/o Milena Simoniwits, Prague, Tyrs Street 14, I prepared a deposition by him as a result thereof and which deposition is now produced and shown to me marked exhibit "E.D."
2. I am informed and verily believe that the said VACLAV JECNY left Belsen Camp for Prague on 16th June 1945 when the said deposition was ready to be sworn.
3. The said deposition truly and accurately sets forth the evidence that the said VACLAV JECNY intended to give.
Sworn by the said deponent Edward Dinsdale at Belsen this 20th day of June 1945.
Sgd Edward Dinsdale
Sgd Alexander Mackinley Forbes Captain, R.A.