CNEWS: Court: Zundel can challenge deportation

Holocaust denier Ernst Zundel is entitled to a hearing to challenge his deportation to Canada, a federal appeals court says. Zundel, 65, has been held in solitary confinement since last year in a detention centre in Toronto, where officials consider him a security threat and are trying to deport him to his native Germany.
A graphic artist and publisher, Zundel gained notoriety with a 1980 pamphlet, Did Six Million Really Die?, and books with titles such as The Hitler We Loved and Why.
He lived in Canada for decades. In 2000, he came to the United States on a temporary visa. He married Ingrid Rimland, a naturalized citizen from the former Soviet Union. They moved to Sevier County, opened an art gallery and maintained Zundel's Holocaust denier website.