This October 2016 video says about itself:
German police find DNA of neo-Nazi cell member on girl’s remains
Police in Germany say they have recovered DNA from the recently discovered remains of a girl who disappeared 15 years ago, claiming it matches that of a dead member of a neo-Nazi terror cell.
Peggy Knobloch was 9 years-old in 2001 when she vanished in broad daylight in the Bavarian city of Lichtenberg on her way home from school.
Her remains were finally found in July this year in a forest in the centre of Germany.
The discovery of DNA belonging to Uwe Böhnhardt on the girl’s body marks a dramatic breakthrough in the long-unsolved case.
It also possibly connects Böhnhardt, and gang-mate Uwe Mundlos, to the girl’s disappearance. They committed suicide in 2011 after police stumbled upon the three-member cell by chance.
Beate Zschaepe, the lone surviving member of the terrorist cell,
Very probably, this NSU nazi terror organisation consisted of more than just these three people.
is currently on trial.
The three members of the so-called National Socialist Underground are said to have killed nine foreigners and a policewoman between 2000 and 2007.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
In various places in Germany, there have been police raids in an investigation into threatening e-mails from neo-Nazis. Special police units invaded this morning premises in the federal states of Bavaria, Baden-Württemberg, Thuringia and Saxony-Anhalt.-
A number of e-mails were sent in July to media, political parties, mosques and asylum seekers’ centres throughout the country. The mails threatened with bomb attacks, without specifying the targets precisely.
The emails were signed by the right-wing extremist groups Volksfront, Blood and Honour and Combat 18. Blood and Honour is a banned organization and Combat 18 is the armed branch of that group. The number 18 stands for the letters A and H in the alphabet, referring to Adolf Hitler.
It is not known whether suspects have been arrested. It is also not clear whether things were seized during the raids.