This photo taken on November 10, 2019 shows tombstones painted with green graffiti and some overturned at the Oestre Kirkegaard Jewish cemetery in Randers, Denmark. – Danish justice on October 16, 2020 sentenced a 39-year-old man with neo-Nazi sympathies to one year in prison for the desecration of the Jewish cemetery in Randers, in the west of the country. His accomplice, 28, was also convicted of racism, but his sentence has not yet been made public pending further examinations. “Both men were convicted of grave desecration and aggravated vandalism at Randers Jewish cemetery,” the police said in a statement. (Photo by Bo Amstrup / Ritzau Scanpix / AFP) / Denmark OUT (Photo by BO AMSTRUP/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP via Getty Images)