FILE - In this Feb. 13, 2013 file picture Lothar Koenig, center, takes part in a demonstration in Dresden, eastern Germany, to commemorate and remember the victims of WWII aerial bombing. The German ... more 
FILE - In this Feb. 13, 2013 file picture Lothar Koenig, center, takes part in a demonstration in Dresden, eastern Germany, to commemorate and remember the victims of WWII aerial bombing. The German priest, due to stand trial Thursday Aoril 4, 2013 for allegedly orchestrating attacks on police at an anti-Nazi demonstration, says his conviction would send a chilling message to people opposed to right-wing extremists.Lothar Koenig faces several years in prison if convicted of serious breach of the peace, attempting to obstruct justice and attempted coercion at a protest in the eastern city of Dresden two years ago.Koenig denies the charges and insists that he was part of a group who trying peacefully to stop thousands of neo-Nazis from marching through Dresden Feb. 19, 2011. (AP Photo/dpa, Arno Burgi,File) less 
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