Woman Fined for Neo-nazi Activity
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Woman Fined for Neo-nazi Activity

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Neo-Nazi activity Ursula Mueller was given a seven month suspended sentence and fined $600 by a Koblenz court Wednesday, for displaying and dissemination outlawed Nazi and anti-Semitic material.

Mueller, a housewife, was arrested while offering passersby the magazine “Die Kampfgefaehrtin,” which contains neo-Nazi propaganda.

She heads a group called the German Women’s Front. Her home in Koblenz has been known meeting place for neo-Nazis for years.

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