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May 8, 2000
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Holocaust denier David Irving came a step closer to financial ruin when a British judge ordered him to start paying off millions of dollars in legal costs. The judge told Irving to make a down payment of some $250,000 to Penguin Books by June 16 following his failed libel action against the publisher and American historian Deborah Lipstadt.

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