Germany raids police accused of neo-Nazi chats

Herbert Reul says right-wing extremism has no place in the North Rhine-Westphalia police. – EPA pic, September 16, 2020.

MORE than 200 police in western Germany swooped on colleagues accused of spreading “repulsive” far-right propaganda in online chatrooms, a state interior minister said today.

Herbert Reul, interior minister of Germany’s most populous region, North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW), said the raids targeted 34 police stations and private homes connected to 11 main suspects. 

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