National Social Underground (NSU)

 The best-known example of a right-wing terror cell is the National Socialist Underground (NSU), a terror trio that between 2000 and 2007 killed ten people, of whom ten were of Turkish origin. The only surviving member of that cell, Beate Zschäpe, is being tried (2013) in Munich in a high-profile case in which Zschäpe is accused of involvement in 10 murders and of conspiring to "criminal acts dangerous to public safety” to intimidate the public and “wreak major damage to the state.” Authorities allege that she abetted the group, rented getaway vehicles and administered stolen money over more than a decade. After Mundlos and Böhnhardt were found dead, Zschäpe set their apartment on fire, then went underground for a time before turning herself in. While on the run, she released videos within which the NSU took responsibility for the murders. Three others are being tried in Munich for aiding the group. VideoVideo: 2013 The trial of the surviving members…

National Social Underground (NSU), also known as Nationalsozialistischer Untergrund, National Socialist Underground (NSU), Döner Murders is an active group formed c. 2004.
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