Ursula Haverbeck was in court on Thursday, November 23, 2017.
The verdict wasn't pronounced, but She will be back in court on the 29th.http://www.drcoldwellreport.com/2017/11 ... gblattern/
November 23, 2017 Detmold district court 12:30 am - Proceedings against Ursula Haverbeck for § 130 racial incitement.
Process report by Gerlinde Liedl:
Fulminant opening speech by Mrs. Haverbeck in court.
She demands the restoration of the rule of law by abolishing § 130!
She also demands the liberation of the judiciary from the grip of the FRG policy. She thanked the judge for reading her true to the original statements on Auschwitz and the subject of the Holocaust as the subject of the indictment. (These comments are heard by all viewers, whether pro or contra.)
Hall is full of 70-80 people, this time a big hall. When Frau Haverbeck arrived, everyone rose from their seats and clapped frantically, then twice again during Her remarks
The heroine is also charged with distributing the transcript and conclusion of her last trial for the public to hear. Even the subject matter of the process should not be noticed by the public, even though it was a public trial.
The court found that there were about 10 copies. Mrs. Haverbeck with loud laughter: "Unfortunately I did not have any more
!" Gerne would have distributed more so that "people would not have to drive home stupidly
Next she said: "The German people and the world have a right to know what really happened
§ 130 and the beautiful word of "obviousness" are far from sufficient.
Evidence should be on the table!
Her lawyers say that they do not represent Ms. Haverbeck's views (they have to distance themselves, otherwise they are themselves), but they demand an argument with Ms Haberbeck's arguments, that is what she has demanded, and that is why the demand for debate is neither sedition nor public also not suitable to disturb the public peace.
The defense therefore demands acquittal and the annulment of all previous judgments.
Graduation Peter R. Fröhlich:
At around 7 pm, the proceedings are adjourned because the judges deliberately rethink what they have said and do not want to pronounce a verdict today around midnight. The verdict is likely then on Wednesday at 14 clock instead
. The verdict has been postponed and pending until today (Sat 25.11.2017). Ursula Haverbeck became 89 years old on the 8th of November - so she is in her 90th year !!