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NSU process: process without peace

In July, the largest legal terrorism-the method of German history came to an end. However, even after the condemnation of Zschäpe and four NSU supporters, hardly anyone can complete with the case.

"The current Stress is less of it," says lawyer Sebastian Scharmer on behalf of his client Gamze Kubasik. "On the other hand, she has the confidence that she had in the rule of law, a second Time lost." Scharmer's client is the subsidiary of the year in 2006 by the NSU in Dortmund murdered kiosk owner Mehmet Kubasik. She was one of a total of 93 in addition to plaintiffs at the NSU process.

on the judgment day, it became clear that the end of the process is to bring the families of the victims no peace. Kubasik criticized already at that time, the relatively mild penalties for the NSU supporter, Ralf wohlleben and Andre E.: "For me, and Beate Zschäpe were just as guilty as the two murderers who are now dead."

Gamze Kubasik, daughter of NSU victim Mehmet Kubasik, criticized the penalties in the process.

"F wire aftertaste"

The former NDP functionary was living because of aid to murder in nine cases, sentenced to ten years in prison. The Federal Prosecutor had demanded for twelve years for the weapons buyer of the NSU. André E. should, in the opinion of the Prosecutor twelve years behind bars - for accessory to attempted murder. The self-confessed neo-Nazi E., was until recently a close friend of the submerged NSU trio, and, in the opinion of the Federal Prosecutor in the terror plans Inge consecrate. However, the court spoke only of the support of a terrorist group and sentenced him to two and a half years in prison. In the court room, he was released from custody.

In the case of the victims ' families and the subsequent applause of the neo-Nazis after the war until today in the public gallery. "This has left a pretty nasty taste in the mouth, especially since both are now back in the neo-Nazi scene is active and there as icons to be celebrated,“ says Scharmer, looking back.

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