The controversial torchlight procession of a dozen remains of the extreme Right on the Nuremberg Reich party rally grounds at the end of February for those Affected, without legal consequences. The Prosecutor's office had discontinued its investigation against those Involved, said a spokeswoman for the prosecution authority on Tuesday. The investigating officials had come to the conclusion that the behavior of the participants in the "no offence" was met, said the spokesman.
So the participants would have looked threatening in front of a previously recorded home for asylum seekers, neither residents nor employees or offended. The torchlight procession on the nearby location, the former Nazi party rally grounds, in turn, can be seen as a "trivialisation of the Nazi crimes". The Assembly is, at best, a violation of the Bavarian Assembly act; the offence had to punish the city of Nuremberg, said the spokesman.
at the beginning of February had posed a dozen of the extreme Right, with torches, among other things, on the Zeppelin grandstand, in the 1930s, Adolf Hitler spoke. Nuremberg's Lord mayor Ulrich Maly (SPD), condemned the Assembly of the neo-Nazi sniper.