Seven sentenced in Germany for neo-Nazi Internet radio
The two leaders of the group already had criminal records for activities in the neo-Nazi scene.Berlin -- Seven German far-right radicals have been convicted of inciting racial hatred and violence with a neo-Nazi radio station on the Internet, a court said Tuesday.
The court in Berlin found the group responsible for broadcasting European Brotherhood Radio on the web between June 2006 and March 2009 playing neo-Nazi music, conducting interviews with right-wing extremist leaders, espousing racist violence and denying the Holocaust.
The defendants, among whom was a 31-year-old woman, received sentences ranging from a jail term of two years and nine months to a 16-month suspended sentence.
The two leaders of the group already had criminal records for activities in the neo-Nazi scene.