Germany: Terror suspects made hit list with 5,000 names

After German federal authorities raided the homes of 2 terror suspects, they discovered a hit list with 5,000 names, including the names of 100 politicians. One of the suspects is a former police officer.
Anti-refugee protest in Germany Photo credit: Reuters/ Channel 2 News

As reported by JOL, German federal authorities raided the homes and work places of 2 terror suspects and discovered a hit list with 5,000 names, including 100 names of politicians. The 2 are suspected of planning the kidnapping and murder of left-wing politicians due to their support of immigration in the country.

According to the Bild newspaper, which quoted security sources, one of the suspects is a former police officer who was suspended from duty and is believed to have used the computer in his office to locate the addresses of the politicians.

Local security authorities are on very high alert ahead of Germany’s general election on September 24th. According to polls, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the leader of the immigration policy, is expected to win once more.



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