On Tuesday, July 31, 2012, officials from the State Police of Saxony searched the offices of the LiberGraphics publishing company of Adrian Preissinger, a moderate German patriot. Reason: Preissinger had offered a pre-owned copy of the book Mit ruhig festem Schritt (With Calm, Steadfast Pace), written by Wilfred von Oven, who between 1943 and 1945 was Joseph Goebbels's personal press adjutant. The book was published in 1998 by the German patriotic publishing house Arndt and is a brief history of the SA (Sturm-Abteilung, Strom Troopers), a paramilitary organization of National Socialist Germany. So far the book has neither been indexed by Germany's offical censorship department nor is there any court order known for its confiscation and destruction.
A day later, Aug. 1, 2012, Adrian Preissinger obtained a letter from Germany's government censors informing him that the book Die Jüdische Epoche (The Jewish Epoch) by Wolfgang Hackert is slated to be put on the index of media endangering the youth (which would effectively ban it from public view). The book is an exposure and scathing criticism of Jewish-dominated background powers manipulating the public at large to serve their ends.