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First Look Dutch court hands anti-Islam populist Wilders conviction, but no punishment

A panel of judges found Dutch far-right populist leader Geert Wilders guilty of inciting discrimination in a speech he made against Moroccans in the Netherlands.

Peter Dejong/AP

Dutch populist leader Geert Wilders was convicted Friday of inciting discrimination and insulting a group during a speech in 2009, when he said that the Netherlands would be safer with fewer Moroccans.

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