Neo-Nazi man given two-month prison sentence for projecting antisemitic conspiracy theory on Anne Frank house museum

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A neo-Nazi group member was given a two-month prison sentence for projecting an antisemitic conspiracy theory on the Anne Frank House Museum, the historic building in Amsterdam where Frank and her family hid from the Nazis during World War II.

Robert Wilson, a Polish-Canadian citizen, was convicted of insulting a group and inciting discrimination for using a laser projector in his van to display the words “Ann [sic] Frank invented the ballpoint pen” on the museum’s wall in February. The words are based on a false conspiracy theory that claims the Jewish girl’s famous diary was not authentic.

This caused widespread outrage in the Netherlands, with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte denouncing it as a “reprehensible” act.

“We can never and should never accept this,” Rutte wrote on X at the time.

The court agreed with him on Thursday.

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