Neo-nazi martin wiese sentenced in wurzburg

Neo-Nazi martin wiese sentenced in wurzburg

The neo-nazi martin wiese was sentenced on wednesday to one year and three months in jail for incitement of the people and threatening behaviour. In the appeal proceedings, the wurzburg regional court considered it proven that in the summer of 2011, at a rally in lower franconia, wiese had given journalists a "death sentence" by a "people's court" by a "people's court" had threatened. He had also used anti-constitutional symbols.

The prosecution had demanded two years in prison, wiese's lawyer an acquittal. In the first instance, the district court of gemunden sentenced the 37-year-old to one year and nine months in prison last year. Both wiese and the public prosecutor's office had appealed against the decision.

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Peggy case: investigation against man from halle

The suspected person is holger E.. He belonged to the closest circle of friends of peggy's family. He had visited lichtenberg several times in the months before peggy's disappearance in may 2001. The police already had him under suspicion at that time. According to the information of antenne bayern he had lied to the investigators at that time about his alibi. In interrogations, he had claimed that peggy was "like a sister" to him been.

For the justice system, the mentally deficient ulvi K. As the murderer of peggy. He was sentenced to life imprisonment in 2004. His lawyer applied for reinstatement this spring. Ulvi K. Had confessed to the crime in a controversial police interrogation, but then recanted. He has since maintained his innocence. The public prosecutor's office has announced that it will take a position on the motion for reopening in october.

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