Czech extremists celebrate Holocaust denier

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October 28, 2005 15:49

 
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Dozens of right-wing extremists rallied Friday in front of the German Embassy in Prague, demanding that Ernst Zundel be set free or tried quickly on charges of inciting racial hatred. Zundel was arrested in Germany in March after being deported from Canada. In July, he was charged with 14 counts of inciting racial hatred, for his decades of anti-Semitic activities, including repeatedly denying the Holocaust - a crime in Germany - in documents and on the Internet. Zundel is scheduled to go on trial at a state court in Mannheim, Germany, on Nov. 8.



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