Lawyer Dismissed in Extremist’s Trial

By STEPHEN GRAHAM
.c The Associated Press

MANNHEIM, Germany (AP) – The trial of Ernst Zundel, a leading Holocaust denier, opened Tuesday with the judge dismissing a defense lawyer, himself a well-known far-right activist who was convicted of incitement earlier this year.

Zundel, 66, who wrote the book “The Hitler We Loved and Why,” faces charges of incitement, libel and disparaging the dead. He was deported from Canada eight months ago after authorities there ruled he posed a threat to national and international security.

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