A judge, Miloslav Studnicka, was murdered in the Czech republic. He had given long sentences to four extreme right nazis. These four nazis commited an arson attack on a house where a Roma family lived. The house burnt completely down and three family members were heavily injured, including a two-year old girl, which had to undergo several operations and fight for several months for her life. She had burns on 77 percent of her body.
The arson attack was allegedly timed to coincide with the 120th anniversary of Hitler’s birthday.