German Sentenced to 10 Months for Hitler Greeting

Not necessarily CyberLaw related, but I will cover Holocaust Denial cases in this blog as recent EU and CoE policy cover denial of the Holocaust with regards to the Internet, and is interesting to see how countries like Germany and France apply their laws and bring forward prosecutions.

One-Man Right-Wing Circus Act: German Sentenced to 10 Months for Hitler Greeting – SPIEGEL ONLINE – News

One of Germany’s most visible far-right extremists has been sentenced to 10 months in jail for greeting a Jewish interviewer with “Heil Hitler.” A judge called Horst Mahler “utterly incorrigible” after he denied the Holocaust, again, in open court.

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