After five years, the trial against the group's sole surviving member is set to come to a close. Its a historical case. I was two times watching
(trial is in munich). Strange experience. If you dont know the case, here is a good overview:
I watched the German History X thing on Netflix a while back.
Pretty grim watching to be honest. It's sad to see how easily kids get dragged into this rubbish.
A good antidote though would be to read Fuhrer ex, by Ingo Hasselbach. Former leader of the East German Neo Nazis who eventually found redemption and
turned his back on his old life.
These three little Neo-Nazi idiots were used by the big players later, that for sure. But they were Neo-Nazi terrorists, even if stupid and easy to
influence, to blackmail. Amother "but" is that we don´t know who did what.
Look at the bomb in the Keupstrasse, i bet the documentary won´t tell and show you that. The guy, allegedly Böhnhardt or Mundlos, pushing the bike
with the bomb to it´s destination. Wanna have a look at him:
Somewhere on my HD´s i have a better video, showing more. Like that the cop even is wearing the same shirt all the time, there is a little sign on
his T-Shirt. And that we was on the scene with a colleague, "coincidentally", 30 seconds after the explosion, coming out of the street where the VIVA
building was at that time(cameras there). I know that spot very, very well, know people that live and lived there, lived there for a short while by my
own, but only to take care of the appartment of a friend, when she was travelling around.
We had an alleged NSU bomb in 2001, in the Probsteigasse, in the shop of an iranian family. The guy who brought the paket there was not a bit looking
like Mundlos or Böhnhardt, but like a V-Mann(Verfassungsschutz Agent), Johann H. Link
We had two FBI agents an the murder scene of a female cop in Kassel, of Michèle Kiesewetter(overlaps with the very suspicious "Sauerland Gruppe"
case, "muslim idiots used by the big players). There were ties between the police and a german KKK, maybe Kiesewetter knew too much. Several groups of
suspects, observed by eyewitnesses, fled from the scene, one washed his bloody hands in a river or lake, some jumped in waiting cars with running
motors. Link german
We had a V-Mann in the Internetcafe in Kassel, at the murder scene of Halit Y. At the time of the murder, three meters away from the murder with a
firearm. And allegedly noticed and heard nothing. "Der kleine Adolf", as the Verfassungsschutz agent is known in his hometown, even left the cafe
after several minutes, allegedly not seeing the blood and the dead body behind the desk. Behind the little desk he even put the money on, he had to
pay for his internet time. Link german
There is alot, lot more. Would fill books, several books. Everything we think to know today is maybe 5% of the truth. We had officials destroying
evidence, short after everything became public. Aktion "Konfetti". Link german
There are the wrong tattoos on the body of alleged Böhnhardt or Mundlos, at the wrong spots on the body. Link german
The officials did everything to destroy evidence in that caravan, moving it around, filled with extinguishing water. And all the other "evince" in
As i said, there is so much wrong with the official fairytale, it couldn´t be more wrong.
And i followed that case since day one.
Will try to find the better video of that cop at the bomb scene in the Keupstrasse, on my HDs. If i find it, i maybe can find it on YT again or have
to upload it somewhere, to leave the link here. I am sorry for the german links, but they are the best links to that case. And that i don´t have the
time to write much, much more about that case.
I don´t know why but the videos wasn´t working for me, whe i started it here. I left the complete link under the video.
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thanks! a friend of mine is the lawyer of one of the victims family (killed in munich). so, i'm pretty god informed. they did the killings, thats for
sure, but, there were many people helping them, and most of them are unknown or dead. its a sad story. and very complex.
Yes, there was network at least, these three village idiots weren´t able to do something, without any help of whoever. The question is, is this
network completely consisiting of cops, secret service agents and secret service henchmen?
We shouldn`t forget how a young and healthy witness (Corelli) died suddenly, from diabetes, short before making a statement to investigators. Another
one burned even in his car, on his way to make a statement. Melissa M, fell on her knee and died suddenly from pulmonary embolism. Because of the
accident with her knee... 7 dead witnesses,. "Coincidences"... Link one german Link two german
And why are parts of the justice, the politicians, covering that official fairytale?
Because, if the truth would come to the light, many, many high ranking official heads had to roll.
It like you said, it´s avery sad, very compley story, and there was or even is a network. It could be like with the Neonazi party NPD. They couldn´t
forbid that radical neonazi party because most of the members were Verfassungsschutz agents, so the complete network maybe consists only of.
There are rumors about an involvement of the turkish secret service MIT, then we have the links to "U"S services.
The sadest thing is that every rumor seems to be more true than the official story they tell us.
Reminds me of the case Amri, and the systemic incompetence of our intel services during the more recent acts of "islamist" terror. We could use
another BfV in order to protect republic and constitution from the BfV, but it's probably too late for that already.
i often disagree with your views but in this case i have to say good work. please, follow this case and keep us updated.
also, consider writing these things in comments in online newspaper articles to wake up others.
time to fight the police state is NOW.
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