Faked neo-Nazi attack: Left-winger gets suspended sentence


MUNICH. The Munich District Court has sentenced a member of the left-wing scene to a fine and suspended sentence of twelve months for simulating an alleged neo-Nazi attack. The woman also has to pay the costs of the procedure, which should amount to around 20,000 euros, reported the Abenzeitung.

The 36-year-old was supposed to testify against a right-wing extremist at the end of last year. She claimed that she was attacked by two men at her home. The perpetrators would have choked and beaten her. In addition, the strangers are said to have left graffiti as a threat in their apartment.

Left party politician faked neo-Nazi attack
During the investigation, however, doubts had arisen about the sequence of events described. The woman got caught up in contradictions, which eventually led to a complaint against her.

In November 2016, the Schwerin District Court sentenced former Left Party politician Julian Kinzel to a youth sentence of several days for pretending to be a victim of a criminal offense. The young man claimed in January 2016 that he was attacked by three neo-Nazis and injured with multiple knife stabs in the arms and chest.

Source: Junge Freiheit
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