In Germany, the trial of 11 members of the so-called Gruppe S began today. They are suspected of planning attacks on mosques, asylum centers and the German parliament.
The defense claimed that this was related to bragging and masculine behavior, which was a “bar conversation”, but the German judicial officers did the opposite. Ralph Michelfeld, the chief researcher of Baden-Württemberg, said: “If the criminal suspect can carry out his planned terrorist act, we will face a very cruel and cumbersome killing machine.”
The main suspect is Werner S. He was the head of the group. It was S. looking for “smart, hardworking, cruel, quick and energetic” men in the guerrilla and fraternity scenes of right-wing extremists in 2019, because-as he read in countless telegram messages-he thought Accept the action. “We are talking about war. Anyone who can’t stand it is out of place here.”
He found twelve people who thought completely in their own way. They found each other in their hatred of asylum seekers, Muslims, political dissidents and their willingness to deal with it.
Police read together
When Paul-Ludwig U., a member of the team, went to the police station, the team’s plan surfaced. He was both a witness and a suspect in the trial. Because of his tip, the police started reading and listening very early. The plan was made online and in person, and it quickly became concrete.
The target was selected, the weapon was ordered, and the money for more firepower was collected. One day, guns and grenades should be used to attack mosques in 14 cities. According to OM They want to “make as many victims as possible among fellow Muslims”.
According to OM, the higher goal is to “destroy and overthrow the German state and society.” This can also be clearly seen from the telegram message. Werner S. (Werner S.) wrote in the article: “Germany will have a complete revolution, and it will become full of violence and blood.” Violence must be cruel. “Black Africans, politicians and the people of Antifa” must believe this. “We also don’t stop working for women and children.”
The parliament building is in sight
It was recently announced that the organization would also take the German Parliament into consideration. They wanted to invade the Capitol and “immediately” wipe out all politicians,” S. wrote in a letter. He wanted to summon a thousand militiamen together to “immediately end this nightmare.” Before that, they also looked at weapons. , Including Kalashnikov and Uzi.
Members of the European Parliament have long worried about the increase in threats and violence. Recently, the German Reichstag was attacked by a group of anti-corona measures protesters. The police tried to keep them out. The attackers waved the so-called Reichskriegsflagge, which is a flag especially championed by totalitarians.
Congressman Cem Özdemirvan die Green is also frequently threatened. He is worried that things will escalate. Ozmeier said: “Like the protesters who attacked the German Reichstag, these people want to kill members of parliament with heavy weapons. This is to create chaos and spread fear. This is terrorism.”
In February last year, the police intervened. Twelve men were arrested, of which eleven members of a criminal organization were arrested, and one of them was a supporter of a criminal organization. Since then, more charges have been added, including illegal possession of weapons. Nearly thirty guns were found during the arrest.
The main suspect Werner S. (Werner S.) was also suspected of sending a killer from prison to the star witness Paul-Ludwig U. He was willing to provide 50,000 euros to the member of the Italian Mafia.
Therefore, today, the trial of Gruppe S. will begin in the courts of Stuttgart. The core issue will be how serious these people’s plans are and whether the royal witness U. can be trusted.
Werner S. has remained silent about his behavior so far, but according to his lawyers, his leadership role in the team has been exaggerated. Other suspects stated that they had never had a serious attack plan.