she was called, once again, the Seda Başay Yıldız is used. But in this Letter, the sender also threatened their two-year-old daughter to kill. And did you know the private address of Başay Yıldız, who defended Islamists as a lawyer, also a suspected Bin Laden bodyguard Sami A., and as a co-plaintiff representative on the NSU-process occurred. Başay Yıldız filed a criminal complaint with the police in Frankfurt. And the investigations have led to a monstrous suspicion that the Frankfurter Neue Presse (FNP) reported: radical Right-wing officials of the Frankfurt police could have to do with the Drohschreiben.
Since the beginning of the week, it is known that the public Prosecutor's office against four policemen and a policewoman from the Frankfurt Bureau on suspicion of incitement to hatred and the use of anti-constitutional symbols is determined. The group should have exchanged over several weeks, rather extreme ideas in a Whatsapp group. In addition, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung was first reported. The investigators of the state protection are encountered in the investigation of another case.
Now, the FNP establishes the connection: The state protection was, therefore, a trail that led to a service computer in the city guard of the Frankfurt police. There register entries of Başay Yıldız, a police occasion, apparently, was not recognizable. Then, it came to house searches, the police officers, who, at the relevant time access to the computer. On your mobile phones and computers, the defenders of the State were able to download the Whatsapp Chat.
The Drohschreiben that triggered the investigation, went to the FNP, the 2. August, by Fax at Seda Başay Yıldız a, the newspaper refers to a conversation with the lawyer. She was called as "Türkensau" that should "fuck off", "as long as you're still alive". In addition, the sender threatened: "As a retaliation, ( ... ), the battles we have your daughter." The Letter was signed "NSU 2.0".
The father of Başay Yıldız originates from Turkey, you grew up in Marburg on the Lahn. In the NSU trial, she represented the family of Enver Şimşek, the first murder victim of the NSU. The florist was on 9.September 2000 at its mobile booth in Nuremberg shot. Başay Yıldız wrote three years ago in a guest post for the SZ on their relationship to Germany.
The FNP according to the Prosecutor's office "from the determination tactical reasons," no information, whether because of the Drohbriefes against the five currently out of service remote officers is determined. The press office of the Frankfurt police could not be reached on Saturday for comment.