German prosecutors say the primary defendant in a excessive-profile neo-Nazi trial ought to obtain a life sentence for her alleged position within the killing of 10 individuals by a gaggle calling itself the Nationwide Socialist Underground.
Federal prosecutor Herbert Diemer wrapped up his closing arguments on the Munich courtroom Tuesday by saying that Beate Zschaepe had shared her accomplices’ far-proper ideology and aim of terrorizing migrants.
Zschaepe has been on trial since Might 2013. The NSU’s two different core members died in an obvious homicide-suicide in 2011. 4 others are on trial accused of supporting the group.
The group allegedly killed eight Turks, a Greek and a policewoman between 2000 and 2007.
The courtroom will hear pleas from co-plaintiffs and protection legal professionals earlier than reaching a verdict within the coming months.
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