Bishop Williamson appeals penalty for questioning Holocaust
CWN - November 10, 2009
Bishop Richard Williamson, the traditionalist prelate whose public statements questioning the severity of the Holocaust precipitated an uproar, has entered an appeal of a German court's decision to fine him for those remarks. The appeal means that the matter will be settled at a court trial, allowing the bishop to explain and defend his views.
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