Austrian Man Sentenced for Hitler Message
An Austrian man who used an Adolf Hitler message for his cell phone voice mail has been sentenced
to two months in prison.
Police came across the message on the 20-year-old’s phone in 2004 when they called to question
him about a burglary.
The message includes the repeating of the phrase “Sieg Heil!”
He was sentenced to a year in prison for theft and for selling stolen goods, but the court decided to
add on two extra months for using the Hitler message.
A law in Austria makes Nazi propaganda a crime.

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