What part of this agreement does this old Nazi fail to understand? I doubt very seriously that Schoep and friends will be very benevolent when Junker has to foot the bill.
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Walworth County Officials Plan Suit Against Hitler Museum Owner
Junker To Be Served Early This Week
UPDATED: 6:50 pm CDT September 4, 2006
SUGAR CREEK, Wis. -- Walworth County officials said that they plan to file a civil suit against a man who claims that he was a Nazi SS officer after he had a gathering at his Adolf Hitler memorial.
Walworth County officials said that Theodor Junker, 87, had about 20 people at his Hitler memorial in Millard on Aug. 25.
Assistant Corporation Counsel Michael Cotter said that the meeting created a public gathering on land not zoned for such an event, prompting the county to file a $2,000 civil suit against Junker.
The National Socialist Movement, which had a rally in Madison on Aug. 26, publicized on online message boards it wanted to have a meeting at Junker's memorial.
The group agreed to cancel the meeting if the county agreed to cancel an injunction against Junker for planning to allow such an event.
Junker and representatives from the National Socialist Movement couldn't be reached for comment this weekend.
Cotter said that Junker will be served with the suit by early this week