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Three dozen German police officers caught sharing photos of Hitler

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Three dozen German police officers caught sharing photos of Hitler

In Germany, almost three dozen police officers were temporarily suspended from service after they were caught exchanging photographs of the Fuhrer of the Third Reich, Adolf Hitler. This was announced on Thursday, September 17, by the Sky News TV channel.

All 29 people, including both men and women, worked for the North Rhine-Westphalia police. During the investigation it was established that they may be involved in the distribution of more than a hundred images of racist and Nazi content. In addition, law enforcement officers are accused of being in ultra-right chat rooms where Nazi symbols were actively published.

In particular, among the materials distributed by the suspects, they found images of a swastika, as well as photographs of prisoners of concentration camps who died in the gas chambers.

According to the TV channel, the police are now facing dismissal. In addition, some of them may be prosecuted for propaganda of Nazism and incitement to hatred or enmity.

The law enforcement agencies of Germany have repeatedly identified employees who support neo-Nazi ideology. So, in 2018, a group of 200 officers of the elite unit of the Bundeswehr KSK was discovered in the country, which organized a secret neo-Nazi association and, according to sources, was preparing a military coup. In 2017, German investigators found in the barracks of one of the units of the Bundeswehr the attributes of Nazi Germany, including the steel helmets of the Wehrmacht soldiers.

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