Carl Vehse has left a new comment on your post "Luther–Walther–Pieper: Scripture rule, not Frozen ...":
Like a number of other "quotes" attributed to Dr. Martin Luther, the legendary "Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise." (also available on socks from the CPH) may not have been said by Luther at the 1521 Imperial Diet of Worms. Different publications include or don't include that statement, as noted in a March 4, 2014, comment elsewhere.
Historian Diarmaid MacCulloch claims Luther’s “Here I stand” quote was later added by Georg Rörer, the editor of Luther's collected works.
I was aware that there is some controversy about whether Luther actually said these words to the 1521 Diet of Worms. One of the commenters to the 3-minute YouTube video clip pointed this out. “Valteron8” asserts:
“Valteron8” even goes further than your comment where you only mention one historian, and you sort of admit that it “may” be true; no, “Valteron8” says “most” historians disagree with this account. Surely we would not want to appear uninformed on this important matter. I had to burst out laughing when a subsequent response to this assertion came from “Syler Womack”: