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On Saturday, June 21, [2003] chemical engineer (Dipl. Ing.) Wolfgang Fröhlich, 51, was arrested in Vienna, Austria, and taken to prison. His trial could last two days, as the public prosecutor wishes, or as long as two or three weeks, as his attorney, Dr. Herbert Schaller, hopes. For seven years, …

Werner Pfeifenberger (1941-2000): Death Claims a Victim of Legal Persecution Werner Pfeifenberger, a German professor of political science, took his life in Austria on May 13, 2000, a few weeks before he was to go on trial in Vienna for an allegedly revisionist and “neo-Nazi” essay published five years ago. …

Repressione della libertà di espressione in Europa  Notizie del prigioniero Wolfgang Fröhlich (1) revisionista, internato in un democratico lager sterminazionista dall'agosto 2007 per il ... reato di... pensare e ...parlare !   Reato ideato ed imposto dalla u$rael-lobby, con chiaro ricatto psicologico ( e non solo!...pena la demonizzazione quale "non …

. Österreich...“Organisationsform einer Modalität der Fremdherrschaft“?  Olodogma si inchina di fronte alla forza e determinatezza di questo Uomo! Il 7 dicembre, nel messaggio intitolato “Solstizio d’Inverno, Natale, auguri ai revisionisti internati nei lager olocau$to-sterminazionisti”, abbiamo avuto qualche difficoltà ad indicare correttamente la sorte del prigioniero austriaco, l’ingegnere chimico …

. Ci arrivano notizie pessime sul revisionista austriaco Ing. Wolfgang Fröhlich: Immagine-1.Fuori testo.Click...                                                                     << Tre anni di prigione …

The English Centre of International PEN reviewed the film approvingly:

THE final interview, and arguably the most controversial, was with the historian David Irving. While he still vehemently denies accusations of racism, anti-Semitism and Holocaust denial, Irving conceded that he had voiced "doubts and scepticism" about Auschwitz during a speech he had given in Austria in 1989. He was arrested for attempting to reactivate the Nazi party and in trial admitted that he had denied that Nazi Germany had killed millions of Jews. In February 2006, he was sentenced to three years in prison...