Aktionsanalytische Organisation

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The Aktionsanalytische Organisation (AAO), commonly known as the Friedrichshof Commune, was an Austrian far-left commune in Friedrichshof outside Vienna and authoritarian sect (described as a "psycho sect" by authors Nordhausen and Billerbeck)[1] that was founded by Otto Muehl in 1972 and dissolved in 1990. Muehl was subsequently convicted of widespread sexual abuse of minors who lived in the commune and sentenced to 7 years in prison.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Frank Nordhausen and Liane von Billerbeck (1999): Psycho-Sekten - die Praktiken der Seelenfänger. Fischer Verlag, ISBN 3-596-14240-7

Literature[edit]

  • "Die Diktatur der `freien Sexualität´ Book with an extensive description, written by the former member Andreas Schlothauer, who played a leading role during the dissolution of the organization.