12.000 højreekstreme German is potentially violent, says the German interior minister, Horst Seehofer.
The German interior minister, Horst Seehofer, expresses concern that thousands of højreekstreme are potential muggers.
It comes after new figures show that half of the victims who have been exposed to political violence, has been attacked by radicals, said Seehofer, who is a christian democrat from the CSU in Bavaria.
- By the side of the hideous traces of blood, which has been drawn from the neo-nazi cell The national socialist Underground (NSU) for the attack on a synagogue in Halle, we have at least 12,000 persons on the outer right wing in Germany is believed to be potentially violent, says Seehofer.
NSU was a cell, from which a 43-year-old woman in 2018 was convicted for aiding and abetting the killing of ten people over a period of seven years.
In the east German city of Halle attacked a 27-year-old man in October a synagogue. The man has confessed that he committed skuddrab out from the far-right and anti-semitic motives.
Seehofer expressed his concerns at a press conference along with representatives of a new sikkerhedsorgan, the federal judicial police and the Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (BfV), the domestic intelligence service in Germany.
the Bundestag granted in november 600 new positions for the monitoring of the development.
Spokesmen for the criminal investigation department says that "the violence takes and propagandavirksomheden takes" on the far right.
the Violence is not directed only against foreigners, but also against selected politicians and civil servants, who leads a liberal refugee policy.
the Case surrounding the NSU shook Germany. It was a neo-nazi group that committed the many murders in the period from the year 2000 to 2007 as part of a racist campaign. They committed alongside two bomb attacks and 15 bank robberies.
the Group's name was The national socialist Underground (NSU).
Beate Zschäpe refused during the proceedings against her to have killed ten people.
She says she was with in the NSU, but it was the two male members, who committed suicide in 2011, who killed the ten people.
Beate Zschäpe was arrested after setting fire to the caravan, where the two men took the lives of themselves.
the Trio grew up in East germany in the 1990s.
Date Of Update: 17 December 2019, 20:00