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Horst Mahler

Born in January 1936 in Haynau, Niederschlesien, is a former co-founder of the Red Army Fraction (RAF), as well as a former lawyer, as he also represented the NPD in the 2002 Prohibition Proceedings. Due to his political work in 2004, he was granted a temporary professional ban before being completely revoked in 2009 as a lawyer. Mahler was repeatedly condemned in the course of his life for opinion offenses such as "sedition" as well as "denial of the Holocaust".

Thus, the then 73-year-old Mahler received virtually a life sentence based on simple opinion offenses.


Wolfgang Fröhlich

Wolfgang Fröhlich

Born on August 6, 1951 is a German engineer for process engineering. He was FPÖ District Council in the Vienna district of Neubau and was expelled from the party in 1994.
Fröhlich appeared in 1998 as a sworn expert in the Swiss trial against Jürgen Graf, who was sentenced by the court to 15 months in prison "necessarily". The expert previously considered that it was physically impossible to gas six million people using Zyklon B and was subsequently threatened with prosecution by Dominik Aufdenblatten himself. Fröhlich showed this because of coercion and attempted temptation to false testimony to what was rejected. At the beginning of 1999, Fröhlich declared that he would refrain from revisionism because of massive threats via private channels.

Overall, Wolfgang Froehlich has been sentenced to 13 years in prison in recent years. In 2018 Wolfgang Froehlich had to answer on 26 March 2018 for between October 2016 and July 2017 from the prisons Stein sent letters and petitions to courts and prosecutors. According to the indictment, the letters were addressed, for example, to the 183 members of parliament and the judiciary of various courts.

In March 2018, Wolfgang Fröhlich was condemned to another four years of convivial detention followed by admission to psychiatry.


Gottfried Küssel

Gottfried Küssel

Born on 10 September 1958 in Vienna. Married and father of three children. "I'm not a fascist, I'm a socialist, but not an international socialist, I'm a National Socialist."


Ursula Haverbeck

Ursula Haverbeck

Born on November 8, 1928 in Winterscheid / Hessen. Her husband was Prof. Werner Georg Haverbeck, once a member of the Reichsleitung of the NSDAP, founder and leader of the Reichsbundes Volkstum and homeland, pastor and publicist.
East expelled, four years in Sweden, then studied pedagogy, philosophy and linguistics, including two years in Scotland.

Since 2007, Ursula Haverbeck had to answer in various courts, again and again she was convicted of the Gesinnungsparagraphen 130 StGB (sedition). Despite her high age of 89, she was arrested by police on 7 May 2018 in her home in Vlotho (Herford County) and has since been imprisoned.