Baden-Württemberg pressure intensifies on "right-wing scene"
STUTTGART. With a large-scale operation, the Baden-Württemberg police this week is taken to tackle the "right-wing scene". The officers searched the Reims-Murr more than 60 people in their homes and sought information on the dangers of right-wing extremism. The people referred to were between 18 and 43 years old, according to the police, but mostly "younger age".
"With the active and personal contact with the target group should it be saved from committing crime or released from the brown swamp," says a release of the security authorities. Besides offering through "personal contact" with supporters of the right scene for the police the possibility of "family and immediate circle of friends" to "raise awareness".
Police happy with home visits
Judicial police, state police and the "advisory group against right" were satisfied with the results of home visits: "The talks already some people distanced themselves from the extreme right." Exact figures shared the police not having however.
Back in September of Baden-Württemberg had started an anonymous reporting system to combat right. Via the Internet so citizens can report without giving their personal data fellow with the authority they suspect of right. A portal was for the left-wing extremism will not power the state police.
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