The authorities want to fine him, and a museum from the United States is interested in military equipment. In 2015, a Panther tank, an anti-aircraft gun, a torpedo and other weapons from the Second World War were found in the house of a pensioner from Heikendorf.
Repressive regimes have mastered the art of magicking the ‘thin blue line’ police service to an out-of-control weaponised mass movement of state police far more repressive than an occupying army.
An LGBT activist who was convicted of raping and sexually abusing several young male asylum seekers has had his prison sentence reduced by a Swedish court following an appeal.
The judge said that Margaret Buttimer ‘has disregarded the rights to health and safety of those who work in frontline retail’. A 66-year-old grandmother has been jailed for 90 days by a judge who said she had shown scant regard for the safety of others when refusing to wear a face mask in shops.
The founder of the Telegram channel NEXTA, Roman Protasevich, who was detained in Belarus, has agreed that the Western-back hit-squad, who supervised anti-government protests, prepared to assassinate President Alexander Lukashenko, pled guilty to organising the riots and warned about the sleeping radical cells in Belarus.
Efforts to free WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from Belmarsh Prison in the UK was increased this week ahead of the G7 summit with action in Geneva, a petition, and an intervention by the UN special rapporteur on torture.
A Canadian soldier has been charged with mutiny, a capital offence after calling on troops not to distribute the killer Covid-19 vaccine. He has been charged for allegedly trying to encourage fellow servicemen to defy orders in distributing what he called the ‘killer Covid-19 vaccine’, the Department of National Defence has said.
A leading Christian Democrat politician in Finland is facing up to two years in prison after being charged with hate speech over LGBT-critical comments made on social media, including quoting a verse from the Bible.
Chahinez, a 31-year-old mother of three originally from Algeria, died in Mérignac, near Bordeaux, after being burned alive by her serial-psycho 45-year-old husband, sparking a wave of indignation and protests. Around 300 people, friends and neighbours gathered for an hour in silence near the scene of the tragedy, placing flowers, candles, and a message:
‘We will not forget you,’ was written on the sidewalk where the Algerian woman tragically and needlessly died.
Police in the Swedish municipality of Vimmerby have arrested and charged a well-known politician from the liberal, pro-mass migration Centre Party with multiple counts of child rape.