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Prosecutors want Holocaust denier jailed

Prosecutors asked a court Friday to give a man the maximum sentence of five years in prison for persistently denying the Holocaust. In his closing argument, prosecutor Andreas Grossmann called Ernst Zundel a “political con man” from whom the German people must be protected, widely quoting from his writings, which argue that millions of Jews did not die at the hands of the Nazis. Zundel, 66, is charged with 14 counts of incitement for a series of pamphlets and for disseminating far-right and anti-Semitic propaganda through his Web site, according to the indictment. Denying the Holocaust is a crime in Germany and is punishable by three months to five years in prison. Full Story

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