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PRAGUE- A 21-year-old man who demonstrated in support of imprisoned German Holocaust denier Ernst Zuendel on October 28, a Czech national holiday, will be tried in court for the denial of Holocaust, state attorney Zdenka Galkova said.
Galkova said she sent the man's file to the court today. If found guilty, he faces up to three years in prison.

 A British teenager who is accused of possessing material for terrorist purposes has appeared in court.The 17-year-old, who was arrested in the Dewsbury area of West Yorkshire on Monday, was given bail after a hearing at Westminster Magistrates' Court.It is alleged he had a copy of the "Anarchists' Cookbook", containing instructions on how to make home-made explosives.His next court hearing has been set for 25 October.The teenager faces two charges under the Terrorism Act 2000.The first charge relates to the possession of material for terrorist purposes in October last year.The second relates to the collection or possession of information useful in the preparation of an act of terrorism. 

It’s now officially a mindcrime in the United States to violate Islamic law. At Pace University, a man has been arrested and will face “hate crime” charges for throwing a Koran into a toilet, after the university caved in to demands from Muslim students

11 people in Philadelphia were arrested simply for holding signs and reading passages out of the Bible during a gay pride festival downtown.Though by all indications their protests were conducted peaceably, and with proper restraint, these men and women were forcibly detained, unceremoniously dragged down to the police station, and eventually charged with a total of three separate felonies and five misdemeanors
What, exactly, was the nature of their crimes? Well, according to the police, their charges included "possession of instruments of crime" (a bullhorn), "ethnic" intimidation (reciting a Biblical passage), and "inciting a riot" (again, reading verses from the Bible). All told, the protesters faced more than $90,000 in fines and court costs, and the very real prospect of facing as many as 47 years in prison.

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