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Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 28th Apr, 2018. Gernot Tegetmeyer. Inviting Pegida founder Lutz Bachmann Pegida Dresden returned to Munich for a repeat of last month's march through one of the most-traveled portions of the city. Last month, just a few hours after Bachmann's appearance in Munich, he was arrested at London-Stansted airport and subsequently deported back to Germany due to attempting to make an appearance at a right-extremist event at Hyde Park. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Live News

Munich, Bavaria, Germany. 28th Apr, 2018. Gernot Tegetmeyer. Inviting Pegida founder Lutz Bachmann Pegida Dresden returned to Munich for a repeat of last month's march through one of the most-traveled portions of the city. Last month, just a few hours after Bachmann's appearance in Munich, he was arrested at London-Stansted airport and subsequently deported back to Germany due to attempting to make an appearance at a right-extremist event at Hyde Park. Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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28 April 2018

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April 28, 2018 - Munich, Bavaria, Germany - Gernot Tegetmeyer. Inviting Pegida founder Lutz Bachmann Pegida Dresden returned to Munich for a repeat of last month’s march through one of the most-traveled portions of the city. Last month, just a few hours after Bachmann’s appearance in Munich, he was arrested at London-Stansted airport and subsequently deported back to Germany due to attempting to make an appearance at a right-extremist event at Hyde Park. While in detention, he live-streamed videos and photos of the facility, leading to criminal charges. There were less than 100 demonstrators for Pegida and several hundred against, most notably, youths..The city of Munich has two Pegida factions: the „Munich” faction which has been called the “the weaponized arm of Pegida” due to the group allegedly trying to amass firearms through the operation of a shooting club. The group’s leader, Heinz Meyer, has been under terrorism monitoring since 2012 and has numerous neo-nazis and right-wing terrorists under its followers. “Pegida Dresden” is effectively Pegida Nuremburg, who is attempting to take the greater role in Munich. Sturzenberger is under Verfassungsschutz monitoring for islamophobia and incitement. In 2015, he was pushed out of Pegida by Meyer, after which he began working with numerous far-right groups across Germany, eventually winning Bachmann’s favor and becoming a regular speaker in the extreme-right city of Dresden. Pegida groups throughout Germany are associated with right-extremists, right-wing terrorists, and attacks on the media. (Credit Image: © Sachelle Babbar via ZUMA Wire)

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