An Austrian court in the town of Wels has found seven men guilty of neo-Nazi activities and has sentenced them to up to six years in prison, the News Daily website reports today (November 14, 2013).
The men made statements such as "The Fuehrer is always right," at meetings in their clubhouse near the Upper Austrian town of Voecklabruck, about 120 miles west of Vienna.
A video -- seen at the court trial -- has some of the men shouting "Heil Hitler," and shows the clubhouse decorated with Nazi symbols.
Two unidentified men were each sentenced to six-year prison terms. The five others received lighter jail sentences.