Austrian man gets 9 years for neo-Nazi website


Jan. 11, 2013 13:22
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Several hundred neo-Nazis carry banners and flags with the lettering Wolfsburg during a so-called "March of Mourning" in Bad Nenndorf, Germany, on August 04, 2012. Around 2,500 people were expected to take part in a counter-demonstration.
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VIENNA - An Austrian court has sentenced a leading neo-Nazi figure to nine years in jail for his role in launching an extreme-right website that glorified Nazism.

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