BERLIN — Lawyers for the main defendant in a high-profile neo-Nazi murder trial in Germany are asking for her immediate release, arguing she wasn't involved in the killings, bombings and bank robberies committed by her friends.
Prosecutors accuse Beate Zschaepe of being part of the National Socialist Underground that allegedly targeted migrants, killing 10 people between 2000 and 2007.
Two other members were found dead in an apparent murder-suicide in 2011.
Three of Zschaepe's court-appointed lawyers argued Tuesday she could only be tried for arson. Since the 43-year-old has been in custody for over six years, any sentence would be covered by time served.
Zschaepe's other two lawyers previously asked for a maximum sentence of 10 years.
The trial, which began in 2013, is expected to conclude in the coming weeks.