German court sentences woman nicknamed ‘Nazi bride’ to life in prison for role in racially motivated murders – Washington Post

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It took a five-year-long trial and more than 600 witnesses, but the main defendant in a neo-Nazi case that rocked Germany was found guilty Wednesday of 10 murders and sentenced to life in prison. Beate Zschäpe, now 43, belonged to a neo-Nazi cell
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