Protest Erupts in Germany Calling For Release of 'Nazi Grandma'Sputnik International
May. 15, 2018
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An 89-year-old woman, dubbed the "Nazi Grandma," was arrested on Monday and taken to prison to serve her two-year sentence for holocaust denying. Specifically, she suggested that the notorious Auschwitz concentration camp was a "work camp" and was not used for systematic extermination.
Hundreds of protesters, primarily from the Die Rechte party, rallied in the city of Bielefeld, west Germany, on Thursday, calling for the release of Ursula Haverbeck, according to Deutsche Welle.
A counter-protest, consisting of around 600 campaigners, was also held. Two police officers suffered minor injuries after clashing with the leftwing counter-protesters.