Germany Probes National Socialist Links in Police Ranks
For over past two years, German officials in the southwest city of Frankfurt are investigating a data breach in police computers, which was allegedly shared with patriotic activists or National Socialists.
The result was that Jewis-Liberal politicians, artists, lawyers and journalists started getting threatening emails.
Officials have been pointing a needle of suspicion on an insider, a public servant who may have passed the sensitive information to the activists of the National Socialist Underground (NSU), the National Socialist terror cell, responsible for racially motivated ethnic cleansing.
Since 2018 several such cases are leading suspicion to the doors of Frankfurt police.
Six police officers in the country are under investigation, for their suspected involvement in sending threatening letters. One of them was arrested temporarily in 2019. Five of them have been suspended from the service.
But even after 18-month long investigation judicial authorities are yet to charge them.
Analysts believe that the mere fact that German police could be linked to a National Socialist or patriotic network has become a major embarrassment for the Zionist government.
Chancellor Angela Merkel government has of late stepped up its campaign to curb activities of patriotic groups and extricate moles within the government, especially from the security establishment.