Neo-Nazi rally for release of a right-wing musician
On 21 October 2006 a group of 750 Neo-Nazis demonstrated in Berlin to demand the release of a jailed right-wing musician of the banned rock group Landser, reported several news agencies
The neo-Nazis protested outside Tegel prison in northwestern Berlin where Michael Regener, former singer of the banned rock group Landser, is serving a three-year sentence.
Michael Regener is a member of the extremist German National Party (NPD) which organized the rally. Some protesters carried posters reading “Freedom for Lunikoff” as they marched near the prison. Police said 16 neo-Nazis were arrested during the demonstration.
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Reuters – 21 October 2006
‘German neo-Nazis rally outside Berlin jail’
BBC News – 21 October 2006:
‘Neo-Nazis rally for jailed singer’
International Herald Tribune / The Associated Press – 22 October 2006:
‘Berlin police say 16 arrested during neo-Nazi demonstration’
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