Wed. Sep 23rd, 2020

7 thoughts on “Terror cell probably planned mosque massacre

  1. the police acted this time very early. normally they wait longer to collect more material for the court. but we made some bad experience when one waits for to long.

  2. Yes I know what you mean especially when it comes to those major cartels they sit back for years well the criminals continue with business as usual.

  3. true, thats also a reason. beeing liberal dont mean to accept all.
    so rightwingers grow. even among police officers.
    but whats really is new that they shot already local politicans.

  4. With crossed axes and a radical attitude

    On Friday, police forces arrested a leading member of the right-wing extremist vigilante “Wodans Erben Germanien” in his Laimer apartment.

    The Attorney General accuses Frank H. of Munich of supporting a right-wing terrorist organization.

    The aim of “Group S.”, as investigators call the terror cell, was to trigger a civil war by means of coordinated attacks on politicians, refugees and mosques.

    He called himself “Sergeant at Arms” – in rocker clubs this title is responsible for discipline in the group. But his “rockers” don’t ride motorcycles, they are on their way back in time with “Heil!” Greetings, “WhitePower” tattoo and “Landser” hooded shirt. On Friday, police forces arrested a leading member of the right-wing extremist vigilante “Wodans Erben Germanien” in his apartment in Munich’s Laim district. The Attorney General accuses Frank H. of Munich of supporting a right-wing terrorist organization.

    According to the investigators, the “hard core” of the alleged terrorist gang and at least eight supporters had initially exchanged information in chat groups on the Internet, then met in Alfdorf in Württemberg and in Minden in Westphalia in September and February. It was initially unclear whether Frank H. from Munich was present at these meetings. The head of the group is believed to be a man from Mickhausen near Augsburg. He is said to have had contact with the right-wing Munich scene in the past. According to Spiegel information, his name appeared on an internal list of interested parties at NPD Munich years ago. Another alleged terrorist supporter was arrested north of Munich.

    The aim of “Group S.”, as investigators call the terror cell, was to trigger a civil war by means of coordinated attacks on politicians, refugees and mosques. One of the men is said to have boasted that up to 2000 armed men can be mobilized. Weapons are said not to have been found during the arrest in Laim. An investigative judge at the Federal Court of Justice in Karlsruhe issued an arrest warrant for twelve men, including Frank H., on Saturday. “The eight alleged supporters are said to have … promised to provide financial support to the association, to procure weapons or to participate in future attacks,” the federal prosecutor says the role of supporters.

    The vodan heirs cited by Frank H. appeared at refugee shelters, in front of the Munich synagogue and in places of Nazi tyranny last year. The right-wing extremists terrified refugees when they entered a Moosacher asylum seeker accommodation in a closed formation. They marched with torches to the former Nazi Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg and to the historic Nazi buildings in Maxvorstadt: “The balcony where Adolf Hitler stood to take his parade. The day HE became Chancellor,” they wrote about it.

    After a meeting at the Odin statue in Bogenhausen in March, police took six participants off the tram and filed a complaint about a violation of the Assembly Act. In July, the Munich police stopped and controlled the group in front of the synagogue on Jakobsplatz. On Facebook, Wodan’s heirs said: “Boycott Israel!” In October the right-wing extremists attacked a photographer in a tram. In November they tried to provoke in front of the DGB building during a left-wing congress. Most recently, “Wodan’s heirs” were seen in their uniform-like jackets with the Viking helmet and crossed axes at the “Fridays against poverty in old age” rally on Marienplatz in January. Almost always there: Frank H., who is said to have even acted as “President” of the group in Bavaria.

    The group, which emerged from the right-wing extremist vigilante “Soldiers of Odin”, initially liked to appear in YouTube films. In this way, the personal connections to the right-wing scene could also be seen – Reich citizens, members of the NPD and the right-wing extremist “Pegida München” also ran. The Bavarian constitutional protection agency was able to “recognize a fundamental affinity of the groups for violence” a year ago. At that time, the group showed on their Facebook page under the heading “Safe is safe …” a toilet with a pistol placed close at hand. And shortly afterwards the saying: “The day I give up is the day I die. I’m German!”

    https://www.sueddeutsche.de/muenchen/muenchen-laim-rechtsextremismus-terrorbande-polizei-1.4801990

  5. Yeah and I would probably responsible for the fall of man.
    Why is there so much speculation when it comes to the news ?

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