A German man is charged with incitement to hatred after he was pictured with a tattoo apparently of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp at a swimming pool.
German Neo-Nazi charged over concentration camp tattoo. A GERMAN man faces five years in jail after he took his shirt off at a local pool revealing a shocking tattoo that was snapped by a member of the public.
Dec 16, 2015 · German prosecutors laid charges Wednesday against a far-right local politician over a tattoo bearing a notorious Nazi concentration camp slogan and a picture of Auschwitz. Marcel Zech, a 27-year
German neo-Nazi charged over concentration camp tattoo AFP/December 16, 2015 Berlin — German prosecutors laid charges Wednesday against a far-right local politician over a tattoo bearing a notorious Nazi concentration camp slogan and a picture of Auschwitz.
A German court has sentenced a far-right politician to eight months in prison for displaying a Nazi tattoo. Marcel Zech was found guilty of ”public incitement to hatred” and given a harsher sentence on appeal than the six-month suspended sentence he originally received last December.
German prosecutors have charged a far-right politician with incitement after he appeared at a swimming pool with a tattoo of what appeared to be the Auschwitz death camp on his back. Neuruppin prosecutors’ spokeswoman Lolita Lodenkaemper said that Marcel Zech is accused of violating the country’s prohibition on the public display of Nazi symbols.
A sick tattoo of a concentration camp and a sinister motto – ’Everyone gets what they deserve’ – has landed a German neo-Nazi in jail. Marcel Zech, 28, a politician with the far-right NPD party, was ordered to serve eight months behind bars for displaying the grotesque tattoo across his back at a swimming pool.
German neo-Nazi sentenced over concentration camp tattoo 22nd December 2015 , 0 comments A German far-right local politician was given a suspended sentence Tuesday over a tattoo bearing a notorious Nazi concentration camp slogan and …
Marcel Zech, 27, who sits on the Barnim state council, was charged with incitement after going to Oranienburg swimming pool with a drawing of a …
A 91-year-old woman who worked at Auschwitz has been charged with complicity in the murders of at least 260,000 Jews during the second world war, the German news agency DPA has said. The woman, who worked as a telegraph operator in Auschwitz, would be tried in a court for minors because she was under 21 at the time of alleged crimes, the …