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Convicted neo-Nazi terrorist attends AfD Munich meeting - The Local


Convicted neo-Nazi terrorist attends AfD Munich meeting - The Local: “AfD's Petry speaks in front of terrorist Nazi” was not the headline Alternative for Germany might have hoped for about their leader's appearance in the Hofbr�ukeller in Munich on Friday evening.

But that was exactly the way mass-market tabloid Bild reported the story that Thomas Schatt - condemned to one-and-a-half years' jail in 2005 for planning to bomb a Jewish community centre – had attended the rally.

The right-wing populists had already had to fight a legal battle against the renowned beer hall's owner after he attempted to cancel their booking, saying he feared violent counter-protests.

But over the weekend Petry and her team found themselves fighting to distance themselves from Schatt and the clutch of far-right friends who joined him at the beer hall's tables.

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