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A police officer is said to have provided AfD party friends with information about the Amri attack. Accordingly, a suspect from the Neukölln attack series was in the chat.
A Berlin police chief is said to have passed the police internals on to the terrorist attack on Breitscheidplatz in a chat group to AfD party friends. The RB1 reports theAccording to information from the ARD magazine "Contrasts" and the NDR, the public prosecutor's office is investigating suspected betrayal of official secrets. At the request of Tagesspiegel, the public prosecutor's office was initially unable to confirm the process until midday on Friday.
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How explosive the divided internals were is unclear. According to Tagesspiegel information, the man worked in a section in Berlin-Treptow in 2016.
First information 90 minutes after the crimeAccording to the report, Detlef M. is an AfD member. He is said to have shared information in a telegram chat group in which Neukölln's AfD members were already 90 minutes after the attack by the assassin Anis Amri on December 19, 2016. The day after, the results of the criminal investigation of the truck that Amri committed the attack on were reported to the group's telephone number. The report also says that the chat is said to have made Islamophobic statements and denied the Holocaust. Among the members of the messenger group, Tilo P. was said to have been one of the suspects in the right-wing extremist Neukölln attack series
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[In our people's newsletters from the twelve districts of Berlin, we regularly deal with issues such as right-wing extremism. You can order the newsletter free of charge here: people.tagesspiegel.deGreens politician and chairman in the Amri committee of inquiry, Benedikt Lux, told Tagesspiegel that the suspicion "weighs heavily that a betrayal of official secrets has occurred" . This is not a trivial offense, but can be punished with a prison sentence of up to five years. In Neukölln,
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