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Germany: Federal prosecutor's office charges alleged left-wing extremists

Four people from Leipzig are said to have committed several attacks on people who are said to belong to the right-wing scene. Now they are to be tried in Dresden. The federal prosecutor's office has brought charges.

After several brutal attacks on people who are said to belong to the right-wing scene, the federal prosecutor's office has brought charges against four alleged left-wing extremists from Leipzig. They should be tried at the Dresden Higher Regional Court, as the Karlsruhe authority announced on Friday.

The group's central figure, a woman in her mid-twenties, has been in custody since her arrest in early November. As Bild reports, it should be about the Leipzig student Lina E. There are now also three men who are alleged to be at large.

All four are said to have belonged to a larger militant left-wing extremist group, which the federal prosecutor classifies as a criminal organization. Among other things, they are said to have attacked a restaurant in Eisenach, Thuringia, in October 2019, which was considered a meeting place for right-wingers. The newspaper Die Welt first reported on the indictment from security circles.

Source: T-Online

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