Terrorist György Budaházy sentenced to 13 years in prison

Budaházy's group became well-known in Hungary for their violent protests, including the use of Molotov cocktails against the headquarters of the Socialist and a liberal party.

Terrorist György Budaházy has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for his acts of terrorism in Hungary during the 2000s.

Budaházy had been accused of founding and leading the Magyarok Nyilai (Hungarians' Arrows) terror organization which attacked politicians from the leftist governing parties in 2007-2009. The group infamously bombed the headquarters of the Socialist Party and a liberal party with Molotov cocktails.

In addition, according to the case, the group physically beat Sándor Csintalan, from the Socialist Party, and vandalized a ticket office and a gay nightclub.

Budaházy and his group are also remembered for closing the Elizabeth Bridge in 2002, protesting that year's parliamentary election results.

Budaházy was eventually caught in 2009 and spent two years in custody. Pending appearl, he will now begin a 13 year sentence for the remainder of his crimes.