Michael Stürzenberger is a well-known Islam-critic who was a staunch campaigner against the proposed mega-mosque in Munich. He is also well-known for work on behalf of Die Freiheit and his articles for Politically Incorrect.
As we reported last summer, Mr. Stürzenberger was convicted and sentenced to six months in prison for posting a photo of a Nazi and the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem on his Facebook page.
I just received word from a source close to Michael Stürzenberger that the court of appeal has overturned his conviction. I don’t have any more information at this point; specifically, I don’t know whether there is a higher judicial level to which the prosecution can appeal.
In any case, it’s very good news for Mr. Stürzenberger and the German Counterjihad.
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