Nuremberg. Germany. In October, the Nuremberg local court sentenced two leftist activists to 18 and 15 months imprisonment, without probation (since the judgement is not yet final, both defendants are not in prison while they await the appeal process). The reason for this sentence: they supposedly shouted at police officers at the Jamnitzer square in the summer of 2019.Continue reading Scandalous verdict in Nuremberg: a prison sentence for shouting at police
Nuremberg. Germany. Because of a dispute between park visitors and police on Jamnitzer Platz (square) in Nuremberg in June 2019, a trial was held this fall at the Nuremberg District Court. The accusation: Resistance against state authority. The trial revealed a politically motivated
unconditional will to convict, which was enforced at the expense of finding the truth. One of the two defendants was sentenced to one year and 6 months imprisonment, the other one to one year and 3 months. Both sentences were not suspended on probation.
On the 31st of May 2017, a student of a vocational school in Nuremberg (Germany) was to be deported to Afghanistan. His classmates did not accept this and reacted, together with hundreds of others, with a blockade to the attempted deportation. The police‘s answer to this was as typical as it was brutal: In the end, there were several injured and arrested people.