"May have helped terrorist organisations NSU"
"Ever since the German terrorist Beate Zschäpe was sentenced, the question has been raised:"
"Who helped her and her two male cronies to murder immigrants?"
"Now have a possible answer appeared. A response that scares them."
"Zschäpe was a part of the member NSU, Underground national socialists, as the years 2000-2011 carried out at least ten murders, several bombings and a large number of bank robberies. She, after five years of trial and constant silent sentenced to life imprisonment was hardly any surprise."
"But there was a question that never got a clear answer despite the record-breaking trial. Who helped NSU? Who took out guns and fake identity papers?"
"Zschäpe together with their now dead companions Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt had never managed to implement so many of the world, and keep themselves hidden for so long without outside help."
"Suspicions were raised during the trial that the NSU had the support of the police with neo-nazi sympathies. But it never went to lead in evidence."
"Therefore, the prestigious German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitungs revealing that the police investigate a group of police officers in Frankfurt suspected of posing a right-wing network with nazistsympatier, down a bit like a bomb."
"Sent the letter with the death threats."
"the Group was revealed after the in August sent a threatening letter to a female lawyer of Turkish descent who defended the islamist extremist at a trial in Germany. She was as a defender, also involved in the NSU trial."
"' Dirty Turkish sow”, it was in the letter that was faxed to the Seda Basay-Yildiz. ”You will not destroy Germany. Stick away while you can get out alive, your pigs.”"
"But it was the continuation that led to the group could be traced. The letter threatened to Basay-Yildiz daughter to be murdered. The daughter's name and address followed. This despite the fact that the information was protected."
"the Letter was signed with the signature ”FAMILY 2.0”."
"When the police started investigating the threat, led the tracks to a polisdator where someone logged in and downloaded the Seda Basay-Yildiz personal information without reason. The discovery pointed to a group of five police officers, four men and one woman who shared nazi images and message in an im group. The police officers are suspended while the investigation continues."
"the German police infiltererad"
"According to the authorities, it is not possible to exclude the possibility that there is a case ”of much larger dimensions”. It can, in other words, there are many more policemen with neo-nazi and far-right sympathies within the German police."
"the Investigation seems to confirm the suspicion that the German police is infiltrated by neo-nazis and right-wing extremists."
"this accusation was particularly strong in the NSU case as the information officers from the German intelligence service occurred in the investigation. But similar accusations have been made in the past by the far-right acts of violence and manifestations. By the violent right-wing demonstrations in the city of Chemnitz after a murder where the perpetrators were immigrants, and where an arrest warrant with their name was leaked by someone within the police."
"Then, was also arrested eight persons suspected to constitute a new nazi terrorcell who planned to surpass the NSU in the number of murders."
"late In the summer highlighted a case where German police arrested a tv-team that guarded one of the migrant and anti-islamic organization Pegidas demonstrations in Dresden. It turned out that a person who harassed a tv-team and complained of their presence, was himself an employee of the police."
"Despite the suspicions, it would obviously be a first-class scandal, if it turns out that police officers were involved in the largest neo-nazi terrorvågen in Germany since the second world war and during all the years been able to continue its operations without being exposed."
"It would be able to explain how Beate Zschäpe and her two helpers under the age of eight was able to indulge in a murderous spree across the whole of Germany of mostly Turkish immigrants while they lived double life in the top of a villa in the east German town of Zwickau. The only victim who was not of foreign origin was a female police officer."
"the Police dismissed the long thoughts that there might be some racist motives behind the murders. Instead, they argued that it was a struggle in the underworld of the drug market."
"It was only when a bank robbery in Eisenach went wrong and led to the Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt jointly committed suicide that the truth came to light. Police found a cd where the group is in detail described and boasted about the killings and their motives."
"the discovery in Frankfurt poses the question of the police officers, the group runs on. Perhaps the police officers who took advantage of the trio as his tools and that is the real guilty of the racist murder. "