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Sioux Falls Atheists endorse The Rose Gardener for showing the
unbelievable logic that Nazis used to get away with the murder of children.

The Rose Garden

The Rose Garden (1990) - 152 minutes
The Rose Garden  at Amazon.com

In modern Germany, holocaust survivor Aaron Reichenbach (SCHELL) stands accused of a seemingly unprovoked assault on elderly businessman Arnold Krenn. Then, his defense is taken up by a tenacious Frankfurt attorney (ULLMANN). With Aaron's help, she reveals that Krenn presided over a brutal Nazi death camp - and the extermination of dozens of innocent young children. But the final piece of evidence needed to convict the Nazi war criminal can only come from Aaron's sister - who may have been one of Krenn's final victims. Featuring two of the cinema's most powerful acting talents, it's a gripping story of personal courage and an unrelenting search for justice.

The reasoning of the Hamburg prosecutor at the time went as follows….

"The investigation has failed to provide sufficient evidence that undue pain was inflicted on the children before they died…

Except for the termination of their lives, no further harm was done to them. They especially did not have to suffer physically and mentally for very long".

The Rose Garden

Sioux Falls Atheists endorse The Rose Gardener for showing the
unbelievable logic that Nazis used to get away with the murder of children.