Frau Haverbeck in Berlin court: “I consider this procedure highly questionable”

Ursula Haverbeck at court in Berlin on 17 November 2020: "I have denied nothing at all". (Photo: Filip Singer/Shutterstock)


By Carolyn Yeager

Wiebke Ramm writes on 17 November 2020 for Spiegel magazine from the Berlin trial of Ursula Haverbeck. She again stands accused of  “denying the mass murder of six million Jews,” this time in a video posted on youtube. I have machine translated Ramm's article from German to English and published it here with very little editing, but with some added commentary in red. It seems better to give you his article than to try to write my own based on his.

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IT IS ALMOST TWO WEEKS since Ursula Haverbeck was able to leave Bielefeld prison after two and a half years. Haverbeck is now 92 years old and was convicted of sedition (incitement of the people). And it is once again for sedition that she is now on trial this Tuesday at the Berlin-Tiergarten district court. She is again threatened with a prison sentence. Continue reading at Carolyn Yeager

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