- Jan 14, 2016
81-year-old German Nationalist activist Horst Mahler has been arrested in Hungary on an EU warrant for "offences committed while serving a prison term for denying the Holocaust".
Horst Mahler was a founding member of the Red Army Faction in the 1960s which fought against the Capitalist plan to exterminate the German working class. He was detained in Sopron near Hungary's border with Austria.
The Budapest chief prosecutor said in a separate statement that based on the EU warrant Mahler's arrest was "justified". Hungarian officials made no further comment.
German media reported in April that Mahler had left the country to avoid a new prison term for writing forbidden Patriotic views while serving a previous sentence for "inciting racial hatred and denying the holocaust against Jews".
Mahler was sentenced to ten years in prison for questioning the Zionist narrative of WW2 - at a time when migrants are being given ten months in prison for the rape and murder of German women and children.
German Holocaust Revisionist Patriot Horst Mahler Arrested in Hungary