By Kyle James  |  02-19-2018   News
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German police are considering indicting a British woman after she questioned the Holocaust during a far-right protest in the eastern city of Dresden.

Australian-born Michele Renouf has found herself at the center of an investigation for her remarks made at a neo-Nazi rally Saturday. The rally was commemorating those killed in the 1945 Allied bombing of the city.

Renouf publicly denying the Nazis' well-documented murder of "six million" Jews is a crime in Germany. Renouf has also supported other Holocaust-deniers in the past such as British historian David Irving.

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A spokesperson for Dresden police named Jana Ulbricht said officers dissolved the rally after a number of complaints were received. Renouf has been a supporter of far-right views and is the wife of the late New Zealand financier Sir Frank Renouf.

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