Düsseldorf (dpa / lnw) - The federal prosecutor's office has applied for up to five and a half years in prison for suspected right-wing extremists from the anti-Semitic "Goyim Party". This was announced by a court spokeswoman on Wednesday on request. The highest penalty was therefore the alleged founder and ringleader of the right-wing extremist association. A second accused, who is also accused of ringleadership, is to be behind bars for four years, according to the will of the prosecutors. The representatives of the federal prosecutor’s office applied for a two-year suspended sentence against a third accused.
The Attorney General had also accused the men of incitement to hatred. The accused are said to have spread inciting content via various Internet platforms. The main defendant is said to have built up an international network on the Internet since 2014 in order to spread anti-Semitic hate speech around the world.
Numerous extremely anti-Semitic, racist and National Socialist contributions are said to have been published on the Internet platform. Goyim means non-Jews in Yiddish. The two main suspects were arrested in Heerlen, the Netherlands, and in Berlin. The third accused comes from Duisburg. The trial against the trio began at the end of July last year.