The Berlin Prosecutor General's office wants to check, whether the public Prosecutor's office has taken the investigation of alleged right-wing extremist acts of violence in the district of Neukölln over the years. In the notice of the General office of the public Prosecutor it is said that there are "circumstances in which the bias of a Prosecutor as possible". Therefore, the attorney General, Margarete Koppers had decided "to accept all of the investigation for the criminal offences to the detriment of the in Neukölln against right-wing extremism dedicated people".
Political correspondent in Berlin.F. A. Z.
In the years between 2016 and 2018 registered in Neukölln, a series of more than 70 suspected right-wing extremist acts, the persons were who were involved against right-wing extremist phenomena. Threats were sent, and buildings damaged. There were also more than 20 arsons, among other things, the cars of a book set dealer and the district politician Ferat Kocak (Left) in the Brand.
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Koppers said the RBB, there is a shadow on the investigation, makes the Affected right to be suspicious of lying"." Obviously, a conversation of two to the extreme right belonging to persons has been included in the investigation proceedings as a Suspect.
One of the two has reported, according to the attorney General, the other, the investigating Prosecutor had told him at a hearing, "that he was AfD close or AfD voters had". Of, Listened to and have attached to it the assessment, you could "feel well cared for at the public Prosecutor's office because of this Statement".Updated Date: 06 August 2020, 20:19