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Chemnitzer FC makes a criminal complaint against unknown

The Chemnizter FC has refunded after the minute's silence for a dead neo-Nazi in the Prosecutor's office in Chemnitz criminal complaint. The club sees the ini

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Chemnitzer FC makes a criminal complaint against unknown
The Chemnizter FC has refunded after the minute's silence for a dead neo-Nazi in the Prosecutor's office in Chemnitz criminal complaint. The club sees the initial suspicion of "serious coercion". It would have threatened "massive riots". In addition, the extreme Right had travelled that day all the way to Chemnitz. the

The Chemnitzer FC has been disputed mourning expression for a dead right-wing Fan of the offence. The football-regional League West on Monday. The ad is aimed "against Unknown persons for all eligible offences". The Association assured the investigating authorities full support.

Prior to Saturday's game against VSG Altglienicke (4:4) there had been a sadness expression for the deaths of Thomas Haller. It was displayed on the Video screen whose portrait, also a kind of minute of silence was held, a black cross and a banner had been rolled up, like a TV-show images. Also-clad Fans had black in the South stands, a Pyro-Show in Red and White ignited.

"According to the statements of the competent employees 'threatened massive riots'", - stressed now Klaus Siemon, the liquidator of the Chemnitzer FC. "This fact, at least in the initial suspicion of a serious assault, which is enlighten by the competent investigating authorities. In the case of a serious war has been threatening, in accordance with Paragraph 125 of the penal code, which is for the person in charge of the CFC acceptable," said Siemon. In a first statement, the Association described the collective grief, as a "principle of humanity". In this communication, it was also more, the Fans and the survivors had asked for the minute's silence.

Now it is, it should be clarified how it could happen, "on the South stand, the use of the usual flags of up to 99 fan club has been prevented, these flags were hung for the part apparently and is otherwise not usual choreography has been performed," writes the club. It's findings should be available by that relevant well-known people from the extreme right-wing scene had travelled for the day from other cities to Chemnitz and Saxony.

On the day after the incidents had placed the Commercial Director Thomas Uhlig with immediate effect from all Offices. He had, in his function responsible for the game day of the CFC and its accompaniments, he had said in a statement.

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