The World from Berlin Neo-Nazi Case Also Puts Government on Trial

The sole survivor of a neo-Nazi terrorist cell suspected of killing nine people with immigrant backgrounds and a policewoman in Germany has been indicted and will soon face trial. Commentators praise the development but warn that German officials might also face some tough questions about their botched investigation.
National Socialist Underground members (l. to r.) Uwe Mundlos, Beate Zschäpe and Uwe Böhnhardt: "No sign of active remorse on the government's part."

National Socialist Underground members (l. to r.) Uwe Mundlos, Beate Zschäpe and Uwe Böhnhardt: "No sign of active remorse on the government's part."

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-- Daryl Lindsey