Munich Court Draws Journalists' Spots For NSU Trial : News Photo

Munich Court Draws Journalists' Spots For NSU Trial

MUNICH, GERMANY - APRIL 29: Karl Huber, President of the Oberlandgericht Muenchen reacts after a press conference following the lottery draw for the 50 media spots inside the courtroom for the upcoming NSU murder trial on April 29, 2013 in Munich, Germany. This the second accreditation process for the trial, which manay analysts are dubbing the trial of the decade and is scheduled to begin May 6, after lawsuits filed by Turkish media were upheld and the Munich court responded by redoing all accreditations. Eight of the ten victims of the NSU neo-Nazi murder trio were Turkish and one was Greek, and Turkish and Greek media are now guaranteed a small portion of the 50 seats reserved for media after no foreign media were given seats in the first accreditation process. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
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MUNICH, GERMANY - APRIL 29: Karl Huber, President of the Oberlandgericht Muenchen reacts after a press conference following the lottery draw for the 50 media spots inside the courtroom for the upcoming NSU murder trial on April 29, 2013 in Munich, Germany. This the second accreditation process for the trial, which manay analysts are dubbing the trial of the decade and is scheduled to begin May 6, after lawsuits filed by Turkish media were upheld and the Munich court responded by redoing all accreditations. Eight of the ten victims of the NSU neo-Nazi murder trio were Turkish and one was Greek, and Turkish and Greek media are now guaranteed a small portion of the 50 seats reserved for media after no foreign media were given seats in the first accreditation process. (Photo by Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images)
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