German, who taught dog Nazi salute, convicted
A German Nazi who taught his dog the famous, but much hated, Nazi salute was arrested for shouting "Sieg Heil" in public and wearing a T-shirt with Adolf Hitler's picture on it. Today, he was handed a 13-month suspended sentence for his actions.
An administrative court in Berlin, Germany, found the man, Ronald T, guilty of displaying Nazi symbols and insulting a police officer last March.
Police officers stopped the man after being told he was shouting the Nazi slogan in public. As the police officers were observing the man, he ordered his dog to do the Nazi salute. The dog responded to the command, "Do the salute", by raising up his right paw.
Authorities initially pressed charges against the man for teaching his dog to do the salute, but these charges were later dropped.
Germany has laws that forbid the public displaying of Nazi symbols to prevent any recurrence of Nazism in the future.Posted in Crime & Law Animals by
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