A right-wing former employee of the AfD in the Bundestag Deputy Markus glad Maier is supposed to be the mastermind of an arson Fire in the Ukraine. Manuel Ochsenreiter is supposed to have incited to the attack, and the assassin is paid. The background is a dish is placed, proceedings in Poland against three men, accused in February of 2018 in the Ukraine, fire set at a Hungarian institution. The allegations against Ochsenreiter is derived from a statement of the main accused. The Plan of the perpetrators, it should have been to push the attack of the Ukrainian nationalists in the shoes and increase tensions between Hungary and the Ukraine.
The court records from this process seem this suspicion. In the documents, which were able to view the Online Portal t-online and the ARD-Magazin "contrasts", is a chat history in which the main accused, Michal P. and his wife reported of a Meeting with a "Manuel" in Berlin. From there P. should be with a amount of money of 1500 Euro to fly back. It is also documented that the ox-rider and P. know, at least, for 2015.
Close Links to Russia
Gennady Moskal, a former Vice-President of the Ukrainian secret service, the SBU, and the Governor of the province where the attack took place, told t-online.de and "contrasts": "I can't tell if Ochsenreiter is an Agent of the Russian secret service, or whether he is only funded by him. However, He has financed the arson attack." An indictment against Ochsenreiter is yet to be found, the Prosecutor's office in Berlin calculated.
ox rider close Links to Russia, had earlier been the subject of reporting. Together with the alleged Russian spy, Mateusz Piskorski, he founded the German branch of the Polish "European Center for Geopolitical Analysis", the "observers" to vote the self-proclaimed mini-republics sent. In addition, it should be as a writer for the Website of the Russian fascist Alexander Dugin. Dugin aspires to a Europe under Russian hegemony.
After the allegations against Ochsenreiter were in the middle of January for the first time known, separated glad Maier of his employees. Happy Maier was quoted by the time with the words: "My staff has offered to me, thankfully, that we have a resolution to sign contract. We separated amicably." Ochsenreiter was, and is, for several media, which are counted to the extreme right-wing spectrum. Among other things, he is editor-in-chief of the magazine First.