By ČTK / Published 26 September 2008
Havlickuv Brod, East Bohemia, Sept 25 (CTK) - Two Czech extremists, Erik Sedlacek and Libor Budik, were sent to prison for heading a neo-Nazi Internet magazine by a district court Thursday.
Sedlacek was sentenced to three years and Budik is to spend two years behind bars.
The court found both men guilty of support for and promotion of movements aiming to suppress human rights and freedoms.
Both men worked as editors-in-chief and authors of articles in the Last Generation Internet journal in 2003-2004.
According to the court, the articles in the magazine contained hateful statements about Jews, called for their liquidation and openly questioned the Holocaust, and their authors followed the ideas of national socialism.