A court convicted a notorious neonazi and two accomplices of glorifying nazism on Thursday.
Gottfried Kuessel was given nine years in prison for founding the Alpen-Donau website.
He was imprisoned in the 1990s for trying to form a successor to the Nazi Party.
Felix Binder and Wilhelm Anderle were sentenced to seven and four and a half years respectively.
The website was hosted on a US server, causing years of grief for Austrian authorities trying to shut it down.
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