GERMANY – An 88 years old Holocaust denier, Ursula Haverbeck has been convicted Monday by a German court in Berlin for her denials over the extermination of Jews by the Nazis.
Although she has had various sentences previously but has not spent time in prison.
Her previous convictions has been related to the same Holocaust denial, which was about the mass killing of Jews in the German Nazi period.
The present denial happened during an event that took place in January 30 2016 in Berlin.
Ursula Haverbeck is due to face judgement again in November 23 in the western town of Detmold.
Recall that she had appealed two Detmold court judgement bothering on persuasion to hatred as seen on the letters she sent to Detmold’s mayor and other media houses denying the 1941 to 1945 massacre of the Jews in Germany.
One of her appearances on television, she said that the Holocaust was “the biggest and most sustainable lie in history.”
Many German media bodies has named her the “Nazi Oma“, meaning “Nazi Grandma”, due to these Holocaust denials.