Germany: Raids on houses of far-right police officers

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Wed, 25 Nov 2020 7:31 GMT
More than a dozen police officers probed on suspicion of participating in neo-Nazi chat group BERLIN German officials on Tuesday raided the houses of more than a dozen active and retired police officers suspected of being members of a neo-Nazi chat group...
Germany: Raids on houses of far-right police officers

More than a dozen police officers probed on suspicion of participating in neo-Nazi chat group

BERLIN

German officials on Tuesday raided the houses of more than a dozen active and retired police officers suspected of being members of a neo-Nazi chat group.

Herbert Reul, interior minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, told a press conference in Duesseldorf that besides the houses of the suspects, the police headquarters in Essen was also searched by officials to gather evidence of possible crimes.

The suspects were in a WhatsApp group called Kunta Kinte, where they shared hundreds of messages, photos and videos, including pictures of Adolf Hitler and swastikas, according to the minister.

The investigation started in September has revealed that at least 191 police officers have taken part in such neo-Nazi chat groups.

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