German violent xenophobic nazis arrested

This video from Germany says about itself:

Chemnitz: Tens of thousands attend concert against racism | DW English

4 September 2018

Monday’s concert against racism attracted an estimated 65,000 people.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

Right-wing extremists arrested in Chemnitz for planning attacks on foreigners

In Germany, six far-right men were arrested this morning, suspected of founding the violent Revolution Chemnitz group and attacking foreigners.

They are said to have been planning more violence against foreigners and attacking political opponents.

A seventh suspect has already been arrested two weeks ago.


The police arrived at houses and other buildings in several places in Saxony and Bavaria states this morning. It is not clear whether things have been confiscated. The group is said to have been busily ordering semi-automatic weapons.

According to the German justice department, the seven suspects are prominent in the neonazi scene in the Chemnitz region. They are said to have attacked immigrants in Chemnitz two weeks ago together with other right-wing extremists. These attacks injured someone.

Police say they had plans for semi-automatic firearms violence on 3 October.

See also here.

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