Haverback was previously sentenced to ten months in prison without parole in 2015. Following the charge, she filed for an appeal and avoided arrest. Ursula Haverbeck, notoriously known for her denial of the Holocaust and continuous charges against her, has been put to trial again at the age of 95 in Hamburg, Germany, for inciting hatred, according to a DW report on Friday. Haverback has returned to court after previously being sentenced to ten months in prison without parole in 2015. Following the charge, she filed for an appeal and avoided arrest. Haverbeck has been convicted and sentenced to prison on several occasions since 2015 for incidents such as writing articles denying the Holocaust. She has not spent any time in jail due to her repeated appeals. She was given the name “Nazi grandma” by the public due to her stance. Avoiding prison time In 2018, Haverbeck was charged with two years in prison and did not show up for her prison sentence. Haverback’s statements also mentioned that the Auschwitz concentration camp was not an extermination camp but rather a labor camp. Holocaust denial is considered to be a crime in Germany.

via jpost: On trial at 95: Ursula Haverbeck charged for Holocaust denial in Germany


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