Ursula Haverbeck: German Appeals Court Confirms 12-Month Sentence for Questioning Jewish Stories
ON LAST Friday afternoon an appeal court in Berlin confirmed the conviction and 12-month jail sentence against 93-year-old publisher and author Ursula Haverbeck.
Her ‘crimes’ involved expressing her opinions on German history, and asking ‘forbidden’ questions about the alleged murder of six million European Jews and the unique ‘mass murder weapon’ of the homicidal gas chamber.
In the video below our correspondent Lady Michèle Renouf — who has been a friend of Ursula’s for many years and was in court for the final day of the appeal hearing — interviews Nikolai Nerling, known to German nationalists as the Volkslehrer, whose filmed discussion with Ursula formed the basis of one of the ‘criminal’ charges.
A further report on the case will appear here soon.
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Source: Heritage and Destiny magazine