Photo Gallery: Neo-Nazis' Bizarre Video Manifesto
11/14/2011
In one of the most bizarre twists yet in the "Doner Killings" case,...
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In one of the most bizarre twists yet in the "Doner Killings" case, investigators have found four DVDs containing a manifesto-style video in which a group calling itself the National Socialist Underground apparently takes responsibility for a string of murders. The video was found in the rubble of the house in Zwickau where the neo-Nazis Uwe Mundlos, Uwe Böhnhardt and Beate Zschäpe lived. Using a macabre cartoon style, the authors take the Pink Panther cartoon character on a "tour of Germany," making stops at the sites of the nine doner murders. The video also explains that the organization is a "national network of comrades whose principle is to value action over words."