Two in Denmark arrested over neo-Nazi music

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August 27, 2008 19:46

German investigators say Danish police have arrested two men as part of an effort to halt the production and distribution of neo-Nazi music. Prosecutors in Frankfurt say the two men - a Dane and a German - were arrested in northern Zeeland on Wednesday. Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet says the men were jailed for two weeks on a German extradition request. Prosecutor Arne Stevns was quoted as saying the Justice Ministry would decide on extradition. Stevns was not immediately reachable for comment. The arrested men - identified only as Flemming C. and Stephan G. - are accused of overseeing the production and distribution of neo-Nazi music under the label Celtic Moon.


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