Scandal in Germany: policemen fired for Nazi WhatsApp messages

Scandal in Germany: policemen fired for Nazi WhatsApp messages

Mulheim’s police academy cadets are under suspicion. Six of them have been expelled from the academy. The Prosecutor General's Office launched an investigation.

Investigation into 6 police academy cadets who had sent racist and antisemitic messages on WhatsApp has been launched by Frankfurt on the Main’s police. This was stated by a representative of Hessen’s MIA on September 8, reports a German newspaper Die Welt.

Mulheim’s police academy cadets are under suspicion. Six of them have been expelled from the academy. The Prosecutor General's Office launched an investigation.

According to the German media, the policemen had sent each other racist and antisemitic messages and pictures. With that, deportation train with the Jewish people and a signature Enjoy your life to the full was shown on one of them. Another picture showed a sniper sight against a person with dark skin.

This is not the first time of exposure of ultranationalists at the German law enforcement structures. With that, in November, 2018, information on 20 Neo-Nazi at the German law enforcement structures became known.

Besides that, in July, 2019, plans of the German nationalistic group Nordkreuz to kill 25 thousand people were published.

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