In the case of the illegally hung posters in the Dortmund city area, the police has begun an investigation. The unknown had hung on several locations Poster with some sharp products against Nazis professes in advertising showcases, the players and the coach of Borussia Dortmund were attributed.
The messages bore the logo of the BVB and the drop-out and the Organisation Exit, which deny both a participation in the action. Also, the Federal Ministry for family Affairs, whose Logo is also seen on the posters, said the campaign knew nothing.
Spotted in Dortmund by @alexey83_bvb:— Felix Tamsut (@ftamsut) 11. May 2019
"#BVB against Nazis!"
Piszczek: "Rather be on the bench than on the far right"
Götze: "Rather give Bayern the title than loose-Dorstfeld to Nazis,"
Favre: "Season tickets for Nazi dropouts"
Dorstfeld=Area known for its far-right tendencies pic.twitter.com/YryQfhxbbE
The operator for street furniture, the Wall, the Poster, in the meantime, remove and report it, as a spokeswoman announced on Sunday. "We received on Saturday the note on the posters and immediately tested, whether they come from one of our customers. That was not the case," she said. The Advertising display cases are opened illegally and been fitted. However, there had been no significant damage. "An illegal use of our systems is more often. Unusually, the many apparently fake Logos are here."
The posters with Slogans such as "Dear Schalke victory as Nazikiez" (Marco Reus), "duration maps for Nazi dropouts" (Lucien Favre) or "Dear substitutes' bench as a right-winger" (Lukasz Piszczek) resulted in rates prior to the game between Borussia Dortmund vs Fortuna Düsseldorf for puzzles. BVB managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke denied on Saturday: "I have heard that there are posters of this Fake. We have nothing to do with it. Whether we can defend ourselves against it, I don't know."
ℹ️ Borussia Dortmund stands for the fight against racism and distances itself clearly from any Form of discrimination. the— Borussia Dortmund (@BVB) 11. May 2019
BVB is not the author of the currently in circulation posters.
The Association also responded on Twitter with a Statement: "Borussia Dortmund stands for the fight against racism and distances itself clearly from any Form of discrimination. BVB is not the author of the currently in circulation in the posters." A similar explanation was there of the organization's Exit.