Richard J. Green

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Richard J. Green (born  c. 1964, Boston, Massachusetts) is an American chemist known for his work against the claims of Holocaust deniers. He is a member of The Holocaust History Project.[1] He was raised in Shaker Heights, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland, and he graduated in 1983 from Hawken School[citation needed], a private preparatory day school for boys and girls. He received a BA from St. John's College, U.S. in Santa Fe, New Mexico,[citation needed] a "Great Books" school.

He received his PhD in physical chemistry from Stanford University in 1997 under the guidance of Professor Richard N. Zare. He was a postdoc and faculty intern at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, and went on to work for a contractor to the U.S. government. He became known for his refutation attempt of the Leuchter report and the Rudolf report,[2] done together with Jamie McCarthy. Besides, he issued an expert report to the court on the occasion of the Irving v. Lipstadt Trial.

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  1. ^ "The Holocaust History Project Team". www.phdn.org. Retrieved 2016-08-12. 
  2. ^ Kielsgard, Mark D. (2015-07-30). Responding to Modern Genocide: At the Confluence of Law and Politics. Routledge. p. 184. ISBN 9781135022822. 

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