German neo-Nazi jailed for denying Holocaust

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15 February 2007, Mannheim, Germany (dpa) - A German-born neo-Nazi was jailed for five years on Thursday for denying the Holocaust. A court in the south-western city of Mannheim convicted Ernst Zeundel, 67, of incitement to ethnic hatred, at the end of trial lasting more than one year. Zuendel, who has spent most of his life in the United States and Canada, ran a neo-Nazi website and sold neo-Nazi books by mail. He has been in custody since being expelled from Canada in March 2005. dpa ms ds

15 February 2007

Mannheim, Germany (dpa) - A German-born neo-Nazi was jailed for five years on Thursday for denying the Holocaust.

A court in the south-western city of Mannheim convicted Ernst Zeundel, 67, of incitement to ethnic hatred, at the end of trial lasting more than one year.

Zuendel, who has spent most of his life in the United States and Canada, ran a neo-Nazi website and sold neo-Nazi books by mail. He has been in custody since being expelled from Canada in March 2005. dpa ms ds

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