The investigators of the Hessian LKA have information on 69 right-wing extremist threatening letters, with the abbreviation “NSU 2.0” have been sent. These were aimed at 27 people and institutions in a total of eight federal states, said Interior Minister of Hesse, Peter Beuth (CDU), on Tuesday in the interior committee of the Hessian state parliament in Wiesbaden. Nine people lived in Hessen.

Of these nine people, five would be managed by the LKA individually looked after. The four other people are members of the Hessian judicial and security authorities. According to Beuth, the letters were almost always sent from an identical sender address. Most of the mail was sent by e-mail, but also by fax, SMS and Internet contact forms.

“NSU 2.0”: data from three different police computers in Hesse

The minister said that the investigative authorities had checked in all letters whether the data used in part could come from publicly accessible sources. This is the case for a large part of the recipients used. The investigation would also have revealed that in the Hessian police data systems The data of three affected addressees were queried from three different computers. This leads to the suspicion that in these three cases information from Hessian police systems in Threatening writing Have found use.

First registration: Wiesbaden – The affair about the threatening letters with sender “NSU 2.0“ in Hessen continues – and is far from being enlightened. Therefore, the Hesse interior minister Peter Beuth (CDU) on Tuesday (11:00 a.m.) in the state parliament in Wiesbaden.

“NSU 2.0” and the threatening letters: Landtag wants answers from Beuth

In a special meeting of the interior committee, the members of Beuth want to ask a whole catalog of questions. Among other things, they demand clarification as to the status of the investigations against the authors of the far right Threatening letters and possible helpers to the police.

Among other things, several women in public life – including left-wing politicians, the lawyer Seda Basay-Yildiz and the cabaret artist Idl Baydar – received threatening letters. The non-public data of the women are said to have been previously queried by Hessian police computers.