In connection with the extreme right-wing "NSU 2.0"-e-mails there have been two provisional arrests. The suspicions directed against a 63-year-old former Bavarian police officers and the 55-year-old wife, said the Prosecutor's office in Frankfurt am Main on Monday. Both had been taken on Friday provisionally fixed, but now free again."NSU 2.0": a married couple is supposed to have sent threatening e-mails
Accordingly, the Prosecutor's office went together with forces of the Hessian land criminal police office and of the Bavarian police last Friday in Landshut against the couple. The former police officer had already noticed earlier because of the legal motivated crime.
Hesse interior Minister Peter Beuth (CDU) announced last week that 69 "NSU 2.0"-Writing had been known. Recipients were, therefore, different persons of the public life, most of them women.
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