Rudolf Höss, commandant of Auschwitz, is questioned by Chief U.S. Prosecutor Robert H. Jackson. He describes the changes in the camp, from detention center to death camp, and goes into detail about the camp's efficiency. Important to note is that, while Höss' testimony is accurate, in reality, Prison Chief Interrogator Colonel John Amen read the details from an affidavit (Document 3868-PS) submitted by Höss at the request of the Prosecution.
The Simpsons illustrates the prosecutions and hearings that occurred during the Salem Witch Trials in the late seventeenth century. As is portrayed in the clip, anyone can be accused and suspected of being a witch, and even the slightest suspicion that someone is a witch is a cause of concern.