Sylvia Stolz (born August 16, 1963) is a German lawyer who defended Ernst Zündel at his trial for denying the Holocaust in February 2007. During that trial she called the Holocaust “the biggest lie in world history” (quote from a third-party translation). Zundel was convicted and served five years in prison. Stolz was in turn tried for the same offense and served a 31⁄2 year prison term. She also was banned from the practice of law for five years. She is married, to the also jailed Holocaust denier, Horst Mahler.
She was released from Aichach Prison on 13 April 2011.
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