Ursula Haverbeck to serve 10 months in jail for sedition
Ursula Haverbeck attending court in Hamburg on November 12, 2015 to defend herself for saying what she believes is the truth.
Deutschland is a land of insanity.
A peaceful, non-violent 87-year old woman who is beautiful inside and out is found guilty of an unconstitutional "law" that prohibits free expression of belief on one historical subject. This unconstitutional "law" originates from the loss of the world war in 1945 and the intention of the winning side to impose their own war narrative onto history and also take complete control of the nation that had fought to the end for a more just world order.
Ursula Haverbeck (87) is sentenced to 10 months in jail for "sedition." She is accused of an interview that she gave to the NDR magazine Panorama in April 2015 saying Auschwitz was not an extermination but a labor camp, and no mass murder of Jews had taken place there.
Ursula entered the courtroom carrying a bouquet of flowers presented to her by Riegolf Hennig, one of her many supporters who gathered outside and inside of the auditorium. She came without a lawyer and is defending herself.
"From this position, I will not move," she explained to the judge, and said to the prosecutor: "How do you as a lawyer explain the justification that Auschwitz was an extermination camp?"
She said that Paragraph 130, which makes “denial of the Holocaust” punishable, was a "law to maintain a lie."
Magistrate Jönsson, visibly struggling to not lose his temper, could only say: "It is futile to argue with people who do not accept the facts." [He means the faith, not facts] As Frau Haverbeck continues to point to the judge's table of missing evidence for the gassing of millions of people, the judge gets hot under the collar and bursts out: "I also need not prove that the earth is round!"
Finally, Ursula Haverbeck insists that she can not be convicted again for the same offense. She already has two fines and a suspended sentence for sedition in the Federal Registry.
The judge replies dryly: "A thief who always steals the same thing is also punished over again."
The prosecutor, determining that the defendant has a "fanatical delusion" that she will not change, calls for 10 months in prison without parole. The judge follows the request. "It is unfortunate that a woman who is still so vibrant for her age wastes her energy to spread a hair-raising nonsense," he says.
Outside of the court, Ursula Haverbeck is received with the cheers and applause of her followers, who state that they "naturally" do not accept the verdict.