After the momentous “Reichsbürger” raid in December, the Federal Criminal Police Office has now arrested further supporters of the group around Heinrich Prince Reuss, according to “Spiegel” information.
Almost six months after a major raid on a “Reichsbürger” group, the Federal Criminal Police Office arrested three other alleged comrades-in-arms of the alleged ringleader Heinrich Prince Reuss, according to “Spiegel”. A spokesman for the federal prosecutor’s office confirmed this on request, the magazine reported on Monday. Accordingly, two men and a woman were arrested in Baden-Württemberg and Lower Saxony in the evening.
“Reich citizens” and “self-administrators” question the legitimacy of the Federal Republic. Federal prosecutors arrested 25 suspects in December, including former officers and police officers. Other suspects were then targeted.
According to the report, the trio is now to be brought before an investigating judge at the Federal Court of Justice, who will decide whether arrest warrants will be enforced. According to the report, the federal prosecutor’s office accuses the three suspects of membership in a terrorist organization. According to “Spiegel” information, one of those arrested is a woman who unsuccessfully ran for the “Die Basis” party in the 2021 federal election.
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