4 alleged neo-Nazis go on trial in Germany for attack on theater troupe

October 9, 2007 10:46


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Four alleged neo-Nazis went on trial in the eastern city of Magdeburg Tuesday on charges they beat up members of a theater troupe they thought to be left-wing activists. The four men, ages 22 to 29, face a possible six months to 10 years in prison if convicted in Magdeburg regional court of causing serious bodily harm. The men, whose names were not released, are alleged to have beaten members of a theater troupe in the city of Halberstadt on June 9 along with accomplices, who have not yet been arrested.

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