This German 15 December 2018 video says about itself (translated):
Frankfurt lawyer Seda Basay-Yildiz – one of the co-plaintiffs in the NSU [neonazi] murder trial in Munich – received death threats by fax against her two-year-old daughter. In addition to xenophobic abuse such as “lousy Turkish swine” it was threatened to “slaughter” her child …
Seda Basay-Yildiz had already filed a lawsuit because of this in August – but only now there is a suspicion that these threats come from right-wing police officers. This is reported by the Frankfurter Neue Presse. Five officers – four men and one woman – of the first Frankfurt police station on the Zeil street were apparently part of a neo-Nazi chat group.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
German police are investigating whether there is a right-wing radical network within the Frankfurt police. Five police officers in that city are suspected of sending a death threat to a Turkish-German lawyer.
They are also said to have exchanged neo-Nazi material among themselves. The officers have now been suspended. The German justice department investigates whether they are guilty of incitement and the use of unconstitutional means.
The case became prominent through a threatening letter to lawyer Seda Basay-Yildiz. She represented a number of relatives in the trial against the National Sozialistische Untergrund (NSU), a group of neo-Nazis responsible for a series of racist murders in Germany in the early twenty-first century.
In the letter, Basay-Yildiz is, eg, abused as a ‘Turkish swine’ and she and her two-year-old daughter are threatened with death: “We will slaughter your daughter as punishment”, it says. The letter is signed with the name NSU 2.0.
The police officers came into sight as perpetrators because the private address of Basay-Yildiz had been looked up on a police computer without any reason. The investigation that followed has exposed a group of police who exchanged pictures of swastikas and Adolf Hitler. The officers also talked in a racist way about refugees.
It is not the first time that police in Germany has come under fire for sympathizing with the extreme right. Also in the army, right-wing extremist ideas are said to occur more often. There is currently a lawsuit against a soldier because he is said to have prepared violent attacks with a right-wing extremist motive. An officer of an elite unit has been suspended because he has done the Hitler salute.