Neo-Nazi leader jailed
Tuesday 25 April 1995
Berlin - An official of the extreme-right National Party of Germany was sentenced to four years in prison for instigating a neo-Nazi mob to set fire to a refugee shelter. Heinrich Foerster, 68, was convicted of attempted murder, rioting and attempted arson for the 1992 attack. The national head of the party, Gnter Deckert, was sentenced last Friday to two years in prison. AP
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