This video says about itself:
24 July 2017
German Minister of Defence Ursula von der Leyen visited Hammelburg military barracks, Monday, where former Lieutenant Franco A, who was later charged with masterminding an assassination plot of senior German politicians, was stationed until his arrest.
Von der Leyen followed several training exercises at the camp before outlining her opinion that the military training ground should be expanded.
Ursula von der Leyen, German Minister of Defence (German): “The armed forces are involved in 16 different missions at the moment. That means the soldiers are prepared for missions in Afghanistan, Syria, Iraq, to name just a few of the 16 missions. Hammelburg will also play a huge role in the future, and the fact that the armed forces are growing again after 25 years is demonstrated [by] the fact that we hire more soldiers, 18,000 in the next 7 years, which means that we need more training. Hammelbach will get an investment of over 70 million euros in the next 5 years. That is urgent if you look at the infrastructure.”
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Far-right soldier ‘planned attack to start race war‘
Thursday 14th November 2017
A GERMAN soldier has been charged with planning “false flag attacks” to inflame a race war after an earlier case against him was dropped.
The man, an army lieutenant known as Franco Hans A, was arrested in April along with two suspected accomplices and has been charged by federal prosecutors with planning an act of violence and violations of weapons and explosives laws.
More serious charges of plotting a terrorist attack were dismissed by the German criminal court last month after a lack of evidence.
He planned to attack those he accused of sympathising with refugees …
The arrest of Mr Franco A has rocked Germany with a wide-ranging investigation into 275 far-right sympathisers in the country’s armed forces.
The German Defence Ministry probe earlier this year discovered nazi-era memorabilia, including posters and munitions, in army barracks.
In a statement, prosecutors said: “Motivated by a nationalist attitude, he planned to carry out an attack at an unknown time on high-ranking politicians and public figures who stood up for what the accused regarded as an especially refugee-friendly policy.
Mr Franco A had stockpiled firearms, 1,000 rounds of ammunition and 50 explosive devices, some of which had been taken from military storage.
He planned to pose as an undocumented refugee and claim benefits while living in a hostel for several months.
The far-right has seen a resurgence in Germany with the Alternative for Germany winning seats in parliament for the first time in September’s election.
Will nazi lieutenant Franco A. go scot free? Here.