Couple’s Home Raided, Now Facing Charges For Creating Anti-Terrorist Group on Facebook

Couple’s Home Raided, Now Facing Charges For Creating Anti-Terrorist Group on Facebook

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A Vierkirchen couple was raided by German police and later summoned to court on charges of incitement over a Facebook group.   “Peter M.” and his wife Melanie allegedly founded a group called the AFB.  In German this stands for Anti Refugee Movement.   The group was secret meaning only members could see the groups content.   In fact, you couldn’t even see the group unless you were invited.

“The war and economic refugees are flooding our country. They bring terror, fear, sorrow. They rape our women and put our children at risk. Bring an end to it!”- Group Post

Apparently a few crybaby liberals infiltrated the group and began reporting the group to Facebook Administration. To my surprise, Facebook administration would not ban the group. That’s when the liberals decided to take their war on free speech a step further by reporting the group to the Vierkirchen police.

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A criminal investigation department in Fustenfeldbruck then decided to raid the couples flat. The police seized all their computers and digital storage devices. The couple was then summoned to court for charges of incitement.

The husband got 9 months probation, the wife received a fine of 120 daily rates à 10 Euro.

“I hope you the seriousness of the situation is clear. If you sit again in front of me on the dock, then you end up in jail.” – Judge Neubeck

It seems that the Nazi party is alive and well in Germany, Judge Neubeck is a proud member.

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