The President of the Federal Criminal Police (BKA), Joerg Ziercke, has called for strengthening the fight against right. "We want the violent right-intensive than ever announce the fight," Ziercke said at the opening of the BKA's autumn conference in Wiesbaden. He also secured once a full investigation of the neo-Nazi killing spree.
It must be clarified why the violence by the security authorities alleged terror cell is not right could have been prevented, said Ziercke. "We must actively promote the work-up." Only then leave back to win credibility.
The Zwickau cell was loud Ziercke "deeply rooted in the far-right milieu." The investigators knew "quite sure" that the perpetrator had acted mostly spontaneously, but professionally and thoughtfully. Without a network of supporters would not have been possible, said Ziercke. There were also traces to be tested abroad.The public investigation launched last Thursday to investigate the serial murders, according to Ziercke already brought about 200 additional references.
In the fight against right-designated Ziercke the full exchange of information between security agencies of federal and state governments as "indispensable". The exchange between the authorities should be strengthened by the planned "defensive center right." In addition, there should be a central file, which should be compared with the anti-terror database in the fight against Islamist terrorism.
On the account of the 1998 and most recently submerged in Zwickau resident suspected terrorists is the investigation, according to a nationwide series of murders of nine migrants in the years 2000 to 2006. In addition, the group suspected of shooting a policewoman in Heilbronn in 2007 and severely injured their colleagues have to. The cell will also have committed two bombings in 2001 and 2004 a total of 23 casualties in Cologne.
The suspected terrorists and Uwe Uwe Böhnhardt Mundlos were on 4 November after a failed bank robbery in Eisenach was found dead. As co-founder of the alleged terror cell sits the 36-year-old Beatrice Zschäpe in custody.