Dresden/Karlsruhe (dpa/sn) - The Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe has rejected the revision of a member of the right-wing extremist "Freien Kameradschaft Dresden" (FKD). The judgment imposed on him by the Dresden Regional Court at the end of September 2020 - a prison sentence of three and a half years - is therefore final. Accordingly, the Dresden judges saw it as proven that the man had committed a breach of the peace and assisted in causing dangerous bodily harm and causing an explosive explosion. In addition to the 31-year-old, the court sentenced two other men aged 34 and 36 in this case.
According to the conviction of the district court, the neo-Nazis with the FKD, which was founded in 2015, attacked police officers in right-wing extremist riots in Heidenau, took part in attacks on refugee accommodation and dissidents, took part in the attack on a Dresden housing project and in the rioting of hooligans and neo-Nazis in early 2016 in Leipzig- Connewitz involved. It was clear that the FKD is a criminal organization, it said.
At the end of November 2016, the public prosecutor's office searched apartments in and around Dresden and arrested suspected FKD members. The 31-year-old had previously been sentenced to two years and eleven months in prison in Thuringia.