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June 27, 2000
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The leader of a Czech extreme-right group was released from a Prague prison. Vladimir Skoupy of the National Alliance had been sentenced earlier this month to one year in prison for propagating Nazism and inciting racial hatred. Skoupy, whose crimes included publicly denying the Holocaust, vowed not to repeat the offenses.

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