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PEGIDA leader goes on trial for hate speech | Europe | Worldbulletin News


PEGIDA leader goes on trial for hate speech | Europe | Worldbulletin News: Lutz Bachmann, a 43-year-old convicted burglar and cocaine dealer who founded Pegida in 2014, could face between three months and five years in prison if found guilty.

He was charged with inciting racial hatred in October last year after a series of widely shared Facebook posts in which he described foreign immigrants and asylum seekers as “cattle”, “riff raff” and “a pack of dirt” and concluded: “There is no such thing as real war refugees.”

The trial in Dresden, a stronghold of Pegida support, will take place amid tight security.

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