Archive/File: fascism/germany upi.121093 Last-Modified: 1993/12/17 From: firstname.lastname@example.org (UPI) Subject: German police catch escaped neo-Nazis Copyright: 1993 by UPI, R Date: Fri, 10 Dec 93 2:33:52 PST Approved: email@example.com BONN (UPI) -- Police in eastern Germany Friday caught all nine convicted ultra rightists who had managed a spectacular prison breakout the previous night, a spokesman said. The police spokesman said one of the nine turned himself in, while tip-offs from citizens led to the arrests of the other eight. A total of 14 prisoners tried to break out of a jail in the small eastern German city of Schwarze Pumpe, in the Brandenburg state Thursday. Two gave up the attempt as guards fired shots in the air and three others were caught as they tried to scale the prison wall. Nine others, aged 17 to 21, had managed to escape. The spokesman described the nine as right-wing extremists and said one of them was a 17-year-old neo-Nazi serving a nine-year sentence for murdering a homeless person. Three guards were slightly injured as they tried to stop the breakout.
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