German Minister Friedrich discusses Nazi Terrorism - Berlin
German Federal Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich and members of a Federal-State Commission discuss right-wing extremist terrorism. Berlin, Germany. 8th February 2012
Today the German Federal Minister of the Interior Hans-Peter Friedrich presented the Members of a Federal-State Commission against right-wing extremist terrorism in Berlin.
The Conference of german Interior Ministers (IMK) decided in December 2011 on the proposal of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, to found an equal of federal and state experts appointed member Committee against right-wing extremist terrorism. It is called “Bund-Länder Kommission gegen Rechtsterrorismus” (Federal-State Commission against right-wing extremist terrorism).
The German Federal Minister of the Interior Dr. Hans-Peter Friedrich and the deputy chairman of IMK Jürgen Schünemann introduced the four experts of the Commission and explain in detail the working order of the Commission today at the Bundespressekonferenz in Berlin.
The four Members are:
Federal Attorney at the Federal Court Bruno Jost
Prof. Dr. Eckhart Mueller
former senator of Berlin, Dr. Erhart Körting
and former Senator of Hamburg, Heino Vahldiek
The Federal Cabinet has approved a Federal-State Commission for the processing of the neo-Nazi murders “Nationalsozialistischer Untergrund” (NSU). The committee will question the cooperation of federal and state security authorities in connection with the Zwickau neo-Nazi cell. The basis for this will be the results of the investigation committee in the Bundestag and the Thuringian state parliament. The right-wing terrorists are accused of murdering nine entrepreneurs of Turkish and Greek origin, as well as a police officer. The big question is why the security authorities had not eyed the right-wing terrorists.