Offbeat 'Nazi Grandma' Caught After Not Turning up to Prison

23:40  08 may  2018
23:40  08 may  2018 Source:   newsweek.com

Imprisoned Bolivian ex-dictator Garcia Meza dead at 88

  Imprisoned Bolivian ex-dictator Garcia Meza dead at 88 Bolivian ex-dictator Luis García Meza, who was serving a lengthy prison sentence for crimes committed after his 1980 military coup, died Sunday in a La Paz hospital at the age of 88, his attorney told local media. The frail Garcia Meza died of cardiac arrest and respiratory failure at the Cossmil military hospital in La Paz, where the former general had spent more than a third of his 30-year prison sentence, attorney Frank Campero said.Garcia Meza took power in a violent military coup in July 1980, near the end of the period of military dictatorships in Latin America.

Dubbed the “ Nazi Grandma ” by German media, prolific Holocaust Haverbeck was supposed to start her prison sentence on Wednesday in the town of Bielefeld. Local media reported that Haverbeck’s home in central Germany appeared to be empty, with uncollected mail piling up at the front door.

German police are hunting an 89-year-old grandmother convicted on several occasions for Holocaust denial, after she failed to turn herself in to serve her prison sentence. (Euro News). Ursula Haverbeck, dubbed " Nazi -Oma" ( Nazi grandma ) by german MSM

a man wearing a suit and tie © Provided by IBT Media An 89-year-old woman in Germany dubbed ‘Nazi Grandma’ has been caught after she failed to turn up for a prison sentence.

Ursula Haverbeck had been sentenced to two years in prison last year for denying the Holocaust, the Associated Press reported.

Related: Count Dankula receives $100,000 in public donations following $1,100 fine for "Nazi dog" video

After failing to turn up for her prison sentence last week, Haverback was found at home on Monday. She was then taken to prison to serve her time.

It was not her first run-in with the law. Agence France-Presse reported that Haverback had run a far-right center, which was shut down in 2008. She’s also previously been sentenced for Holocaust denial, the agency reported. She has said she does not think Auschwitz has been “proven” to have been a death camp and called the Holocaust a “lie.”

Black student sues neo-Nazi site founder over 'troll storm'

  Black student sues neo-Nazi site founder over 'troll storm' The first black woman to serve as American University's student government president has sued a neo-Nazi website's publisher, accusing him of orchestrating an online harassment campaign against her. Taylor Dumpson's federal lawsuit says Andrew Anglin urged The Daily Stormer's readers to "troll storm" her with a barrage of racist and demeaning messages on social media.Dumpson's attorneys from the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law filed her lawsuit Monday in Washington. It's at least the third lawsuit filed against Anglin by a target of his trolling campaigns.

Detmold, Germany – An 89-year-old German woman was sentenced to 14 months in prison for incitement of racial hatred after losing an appeal on a prior conviction. Ursula Haverbeck, often referred to in the German press as the “ Nazi Grandma

Haverbeck, nicknamed 'The Nazi Grandma ' in German media, had been sentenced to two years in jail for denying the Holocaust, a crime in Germany, but failed to turn up to prison on time. Beyonce 'dismisses claims she was left shook up after her hair got caught in a bike during a spinning session

When she failed to arrive for her prison sentence, the International Auschwitz Committee put out a statement urging authorities to find her, calling her a “symbolic figure of all Holocaust deniers.” Executive Vice President of the International Auschwitz Committee, Christoph Heubner, said that just as she had denied the Holocaust, she now “denies the legitimacy of the German judiciary.”

According to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, 1.1 million people died at the site in Poland, the largest extermination camp of the Nazi era.

Utah man in Venezuelan jail says prison 'has fallen,' taken over by people wanting to kill him .
<p>A Utah man who has been jailed in Venezuela since 2016 after authorities accused him and his wife of possessing firearms has made pleas on Facebook claiming that the prison he is incarcerated in has been taken over by people trying to kill him.</p>Load Error

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!