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German man gets life sentence for deadly synagogue attack

German man gets life sentence for deadly synagogue attack
A right-wing extremist who killed two in a 2019 attack at a Germany synagogue on Yom Kippur has been sentenced to life in prison.

xml:space="preserve"> xml:space="preserve"> Schumer ekes out $50B in NYC and state aid in COVID stimulus package A right-wing extremist who killed two in a 2019 attack at a Germany synagogue on Yom Kippur has been sentenced to life in prison.9, 2019 but failed to gain entry into the building, which was holding services for Yom Kippur, the holiest Jewish holiday, while he live-streamed the attack.He killed two outside of the building, a 40-year-old woman on the street and a 20-year-old man at a nearby kebab shop, and wounded several others.He apologized for killing the woman outside the building, saying “I didn’t want to kill whites.

Stephan Balliet, who had written several anti-Jewish rants on the internet prior to the attack, tried to shoot his way into the synagogue in Halle on Oct.The defendant Stephan Balliet sits in the courtroom of the district court on the 26th day of the trial before the court's verdict in Magdeburg, Germany, Monday, Dec.

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