threatening letters against the NSU-victims-Anwätin Basay-Yildiz, apparently with the support of the Hessian police officers sent to the Federal President. In Frankfurt, Steinmeier calls for enlightenment.
Federal President of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier has called for clarification in the case of the right-wing network within the Frankfurt police. "I hope that the investigation will bring results, especially in the interest of those police officers who have nothing to debt," said Steinmeier during a visit to the Frankfurt police headquarters.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier called but also for more respect for the work of the police. "The police will ensure that the rule of law and democracy in this country," he said. Police officers would have "the expectation that their hard work finds sufficient recognition". It was "certainly not the case everywhere". The company should, however, expect that police officers felt the law the state is obliged, said Steinmeier.conversation with the endangered lawyer Basay-Yildiz
The Federal President was in the morning and a visit to the police Directorate in Frankfurt center and spoke with police officers about the issues of security, crime and prevention in connection with immigration.
Steinmeier Also met to a confidential conversation with the endangered Frankfurt lawyer Seda Basay-Yildiz. You and your family have been threatened in letters on several occasions with death. The Letter was based, according to the first investigations on data from internal police computers. Details of the meeting between Steinmeier and Basay-Yildiz were not known.