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hmmm. So it turns out that "special protection" laws aren't all that necessary or useful, in a sensible jurisdiction. I wonder what was so different about the Cologne case that made the prosecutor choose to prosecute based on ideological privilege?

Incidentally, if activists interrupted a neo-Nazi gathering where they were all stiffly saluting each other, presumably the Nazis would be able to invoke the protection of this law?

Is it a good or necessary law, do you think?

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by eurogreen on Fri Aug 31st, 2012 at 03:52:44 AM EST
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