A prominent French Holocaust denier who fled the country after being convicted under anti-Nazi laws is remanded in custody by a court in Scotland.
Vincent Reynouard, 53, will next appear in the Edinburgh Sheriff Court on December 8, ahead of a full extradition hearing in February.
Reynouard was arrested in the Scottish fishing town of Anstruther, north of Edinburgh, last week, where he had been reportedly living under a false name.
He had been sought by France’s central office for combating crimes against humanity.
Holocaust denial has been a criminal offense in France since 1990, and Reynouard has been convicted on numerous occasions.