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friedrich braun
Monday, November 1st, 2004, 09:15 AM
Please advise anyone who is in or can get to Germany - to attend the following trial - and to farewell a 78-year old man - prisoner-of war -as he begins his 15-months sentence.


Retired educator, Günter Kögel, 78, will on 14 November 2004 begin a 15-months prisoner-of-war sentence imposed on him by the enemies of the German Reich because in his publication, Deutschenland – Schrift für neue Ordnung, he advocated passive resistance against the civilian occupation forces in Germany, and a reduction of foreign immigrants into Germany.

He thereby offended against §130.

A solidarity protest has been planned on 14 November 2004 at Justizvollzugsanstalt Remscheid, Masurenstraße 27, D-42899 Remscheid, Germany.

The Catch-22 Trial: Truth is no defence!


Mannheim, November 8, 9, 11, 2004

On 9 January 2004 Germany declared Dr Fredrick Töben an undesirable person. He is not permitted to enter Germany or any other European Union country.

The Australian Federal Police presented Töben with a Summons issued by Judge Adam of Mannheim for a re-trial of his November 8 and 10 November 1999 trial.

Töben spent 7 months in Mannheim prison. How can Töben attend the Mannheim court without breaking the law?


Matters are not privileged in a German court. If you attempt to refute the allegations through factual argument, you will attract a new charged for mentioning the criminalized thoughts. Therefore, if you defend yourself, you compound your guilt; If you remain silent, you forego your defence.