Saint Ursula


Ursula Haverbeck-Wetzel remains free while she appeals the latest sentence meted out at a court in Germany .

A court in the German spa town of Bad Oeynhausen found her guilty of breaking Germany’s strict post-war rules making the denial of Nazi war crimes an imprisonable offense.

In this instance, she denied in published articles that the Holocaust happened and that the death factory of Auschwitz in Nazi-occupied Poland was nothing more than a labour camp.

The court also heard that she also wrote to the Central Council of Jews in Germany claiming that the mass murder of six million Jews had never taken place.

More than 50 of her hard-right supporters turned up in court to show solidarity to the woman once married to a Nazi official.

One man, who gave the finger to the judge during sentencing, was arrested in court.



Published in: on October 21, 2016 at 8:49 am  Leave a Comment  

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