Re: How Nazi Adolf Eichmann's Holocaust trial unified Israel - Gavin Esler - BBC

"Eichmann who was kidnapped by Israel, held by the Israelis who are
known for their use of torture, was kept in fear of his life, tried
for crimes that didn't exist at the time he committed them, in a
country other than that in which the 'crimes' were committed, which
didn't exist at the time when the crimes WERE committed, and was
eventually murdered. And we are supposed to just accept that the
things he said were the things that HE wanted to say rather than the
things his captors wanted him to say?"