A German neo-Nazi’s
murder trial starting Monday over the killings of 10 people has raised
uncomfortable questions about murky links that the police and the
intelligence services have with the extreme right.
In November 2011, the German public was shocked to learn that a group
calling itself the National Socialist Underground had claimed
responsibility for the murders of eight ethnic Turks,
a Greek shopkeeper and a German policewoman between 2000 and 2007.