Wanted grandmother-Nazi found a home


Ursula, Haverbeke: Bernd Thissen / DPA / Globallookpress.com

In Germany, wanted 89-year-old “Nazi grandmother”, repeatedly convicted for denying the Holocaust, found in her own home. It is reported by Euronews.

According to The Local, on Monday, may 7, Ursula Haverbeck (Ursula Haverbeck) was arrested in Vlotho. From there it was immediately taken to jail.

Earlier in the day it was reported that the pensioner wanted, also, a warrant was issued for her arrest. This happened after she failed to appear in jail until April 23: a woman in October 2017, was sentenced to two years in prison on eight counts.

The haverbeck was Chairman of the far-right training center, distributed Nazi propaganda. It was closed in 2008. The woman tried several times for Holocaust denial. In particular, the meeting in 2015 “Nazi grandmother” said that “Auschwitz was not a death camp, and it has not been proven historically.” In addition, she appeared on television with the statement that “the Holocaust is the greatest lie in history”.

In April it was reported about a former concentration camp guard Auschwitz-Birkenau (Auschwitz), who was charged with involvement in the genocide. It was noted that the 94-year-old German to stand trial as a juvenile.

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