Ernst JÃ¼rgen: In the Stasi, we had a basic principle: ask enough questions and a man who is lying will eventually change his story. But the man who tells the truth cannot change his, however unlikely his story sounds.
Ernst JÃ¼rgen: We Germans are experts at forgetting. We forgot we were Nazis. Now we have forgotten 40 years of Communism - all gone.
Dr. Martin Harris: Do you know what it feels like to become insane? It's a war between being told who you are and knowing who you are... Which do you think wins?