Holocaust Revisionist Monika Schaefer Arrested in Germany and Placed in Solitary Confinement for Thought Crime | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Holocaust Revisionist Monika Schaefer Arrested in Germany and Placed in Solitary Confinement for Thought Crime

I was asked by a reader on the Darkmoon site to run an article on Monika Shaeffer, the Canadian Holocaust revisionist famous for her controversial video, “Sorry Mom, I was wrong about the Holocaust.” Until recently, like everyone else I know, I had no idea that Monika Schaefer had fallen into deep trouble.

A series of emails suddenly began entering my inbox last week, giving me the shocking news that Monika Schaefer, on a Christmas visit from Canada to Germany, the country of her ancestors, had suddenly been arrested in a courthouse in Munich. Here she had gone to attend the trial of Sylvia Stolz for alleged Holocaust denial, one of several other well-behaved citizens, sitting there quietly and not expecting any trouble.

Suddenly and unexpectedly, the sword of Damocles descended on Monika’s neck. The judge announced a short break in the trial. During this brief interval, three police officers strode up to Monika Schaefer and started manhandling her. Slipping a pair of handcuffs onto her wrists, they frogmarched her out of the courtroom and dragged her down to the basement area where she was thrown into a prison cell, there to await in solitary confinement further news of why she had been so outrageously ill-treated.

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