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The Potsdam district court : arson attack on asylum accommodation: Ex-NPD-husband remains in custody

The Brandenburg neo-Nazi Maik Schneider, who must answer for itself because of an arson attack on a planned asylum accommodation in Nauen (Havelland) is currently before the courts again, remains behind bars. The Potsdam district court ruled on Monday. In the revision process to the arson attack in the summer of 2015, the defence last Wednesday detention had lodged a complaint. The arrest warrant was lifted and the former NPD to dismiss politicians immediately from custody, it was said in complaint of the Potsdam duty defender Sven-Oliver Milke. With the complaint he complaint, the long duration of the procedure, said Milke.

His mandate seats in March 2016. For the revision process, which began in October, had recognized the court's recent appointments to mid-March. The 5. Trial chamber considered the arrest of the complaints to be unfounded, and submitted to the Brandenburg higher regional court for a decision, informed the district court now on Monday afternoon.

Federal court of justice had a first ruling overturned

Schneider was convicted for the arson attack and other crimes in February 2017 to nine and a half years in prison. After Conviction, the state protection chamber of the 31-Year-old and his peers accomplice to the planned refugee accommodation together burned intentionally. The Federal court of justice (BGH) had set aside the judgment, however, because the district court had rejected a challenge for bias cutter against a jury wrongly.

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After attack on refugee accommodation NPD-politician as a ringleader in Nauener arson accused

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lawyer Milke had previously enforced with a similar complaint, success and a release from custody due to a long duration of proceedings. That client was not convicted in February by the district court of Potsdam for the murder of his wife to ten years in prison, however, is still quite strong. Ten days ago, he came after a year and nine months in prison. The court of appeal called for an unreasonably long duration of procedures as the reason.

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