David Frey – Aspen Daily News Correspondent

Mon 10/08/2007 00:01AM MST

The board of GrassRoots Television is debating whether it’s appropriate to air a video denying the Holocaust after a frequent submitter of controversial videos sought to broadcast it on the community-access station.

The video is “very offensive,” said GrassRoots board president Alan Feldman. “Especially with my background. I’m Jewish. My family was murdered in the Holocaust.”

Glenwood Springs resident Steve Campbell’s request pushed the limits of the public station, which has a policy of open access to the airwaves. Campbell had expected the video “Judea Declares War on Germany” to air next Monday evening, but the station decided to air an Aspen High School football game instead. The board plans to hold a meeting on Thursday at 12:30 p.m. at the Red Brick Center to discuss whether or not to air the Holocaust denial documentary.

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