The left party Chairman Bernd Riexinger accused the authorities of failure in the protection of his party in front of threats of violence. He was shocked to see that offered in the past, any time police protection had been said Riexinger of the "Rheinische Post" (Friday) in the face of death threats against his Deputy, Janine Wissler. If so, the impression arises that the state is the threat taken seriously, the perpetrators. The death threats are a further step in the direction of an escalation of right-wing propaganda.
The Hesse interior Minister Peter Beuth (CDU) had confirmed on Thursday that the group leader of the Left in the Hessian Parliament, Wissler, got on Sunday and Monday two more with "NSU 2.0" subscribed e-mails of suspected right-wing extremists. Personal information about the politician had previously been from a the Wiesbaden police computer. Beuth from the right extreme network in the police of his state.
Riexinger declared, for months, there were massive threats and acts of aggression "against left-wing politicians and activists involved in anti-racism, neo-Nazism and anti-Semitism". The question as to the inaction of the authorities was "the fact that private, non-publicly accessible data of Janine Wissler were retrieved in a Wiesbaden police station".Updated Date: 10 July 2020, 05:19