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A woman dubbed the 'Nazi moll' is standing trial for accused of killing ten people after a 13 year reign of terror.

Beate Zschaepe, 38, has been charged killing nine immigrant businessmen and a policewoman in Germany.

She gave herself to police last year and is said to have told them 'I'm the one you have been looking for,' but has remained tightlipped ever since.

Prosecutors say she helped found the National Socialist Underground (NSU) and faces life imprisonment if convicted.

She is believed to have been locked in a macabre love triangle with two of her alleged accomplices who were found dead last November.

'Everyone in Germany knows her name but no one knows who she is,' wrote the German daily Die Welt.

German police and intelligence agencies are braced for public fury when their collective failings are exposed at the country's most scandalous neo-Nazi trial which starts on Wednesday in Munich.

Revelations that a string of unsolved killings may have been a cold-blooded neo-Nazi campaign against ethnic Turks have shaken the nation, forcing Germans to confront painful truths about racism and the broader treatment of immigrants in society.

The NSU had allegedly been undetected until Zschaepe blew up her rented flat in eastern Germany a year ago and gave herself up to police.

The bodies of her alleged accomplices, Uwe Mundlos, 38, and Uwe Boenhardt, 34, were discovered in a caravan in an apparent double suicide.

The case is shaping up as an indictment against the entire German law enforcement establishment, its attitudes to dangerous neo-Nazism and the failings which led authorities to believe that a single racist maniac - dubbed 'The Doner Kebab Killer' because so many victims ran fast-food outlets - was responsible for the assassinations.

Her trial will be held in the most heavily guarded courtroom since the cases against the Baader-Meinhof terrorists of the 1970's were heard.

Charged with participation in all 10 executions, 15 robberies, setting up a terrorist organisation and numerous arsons, Zschaepe could expect, under normal German law, to be out after 15 years if convicted.

But prosecutors are seeking to implement the special clause in the national law called 'particularly grievous guilt' which allows the state to incarcerate particularly heinous criminals forever.

She is in the dock along with four supporters. It is the biggest terrorism trials ever held in Germany of extreme right-wingers since the post-WW2 republic was formed and security in Munich will be unparalleled.

Blown up: The NSU had been undetected until Zschaepe blew up her rented flat in eastern Germany a year ago and gave herself up to police


Sewers have been sealed to prevent bombs being placed near the court, snipers will be on rooftops and police leave throughout Bavaria has been cancelled.

Zschaepe, idolised by Norwegian mass-killer Anders Breivik who wrote to her advising her to use her trial to spread 'right-wing propagnada,' is branded by Germany's federal prosecutor Harald Range as being at the heart of planning and carrying out the murders.

But the trial is about so much more than her - it is about the deep national sense of shame in police failings to stop the NSU, which was composed of Zschaepe and two male sidekicks who were also her lovers.

No link was ever made between the group and the killings, despite a vast covert intelligence network.

It has led to charges that certain police and intelligence chiefs wanted to protect the NSU because they admired them, although claims of a conspiracy have been fiercely rejected.

The group was supported by a loose network of crazed neo-Nazis who dreamed of a Fourth Reich. During the killings no claim of responsibility was ever made; the group hoped that the randomness of the murders would strike fear into Germany's immigrant population who would begin leaving en-masse.

They went underground in 1998 and lived from the proceeds of bank robberies across the country.

The cell imploded on November 4 2011 when her male accomplices Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Boehnhardt botched a bank raid.

Victims: Enver Simsek, Abdurrahim Ozudogru, Suleyman Taskopru, Habil Kilic and police woman Michele Kiesewetter and bottom from left : Mehmet Turgut, Ismail Yasar, Theodorus Boulgarides, Mehmet Kubasik und Halit Yozgat


It has led to charges that certain police and intelligence chiefs wanted to protect the NSU because they admired them, although claims of a conspiracy have been fiercely rejected.

The group was supported by a loose network of crazed neo-Nazis who dreamed of a Fourth Reich. During the killings no claim of responsibility was ever made; the group hoped that the randomness of the murders would strike fear into Germany's immigrant population who would begin leaving en-masse.

They went underground in 1998 and lived from the proceeds of bank robberies across the country.

The cell imploded on November 4 2011 when her male accomplices Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Boehnhardt botched a bank raid.

In a pre-arranged plan to avoid capture, Mundlos shot his accomplice before turning the gun on himself.

Zschaepe, as instructed, blew up their hideout in the east German city of Zwickau.

But the blast and subsequent fire failed to destroy a mountain of evidence, including videotapes in which the trio allegedly boasted of their crimes.

Days later, as a massive manhunt stretched across the country, she turned herself in.

Prosecutor Range, 64, said collating the evidence against her was a 'Herculean task. We collected 6,800 pieces of evidence, mostly from the wreckage of the burned-out house in Zwickau, and questioned about 1,200 witnesses. On our side, 10 public prosecutors ran the investigations, and the Federal Office of Criminal Investigation.

'Their central motive was to unsettle our fellow citizens of foreign origin -- the goal being that they would leave Germany, out of fear for their own safety.'

He said it was likely that the murderers were looking to create a 'monument' for themselves with the killings.

He said that Zschaepe was involved deeply in the murders.

He went on; 'To visualize it, one could say that two people did the killing while the third person stood guard. Not directly at the scene of the crime, but by handling the cover and the logistics.

'By securing the apartment as an indispensable headquarters for the NSU, by cultivating the stories and by handling the group's financial affairs. This is why we see Beate Zschäpe as a full co-perpetrator. She collaborated in all the murders and attacks.

'There are a few clues that are already known. They include her fingerprints on newspaper articles about NSU attacks that were found in the wreckage at the site of the fire in Zwickau. Besides, the police also found many surveillance notes there. To me, this means that she knew what was going on. And there is also witness testimony that places Zschaepe very close to the scene of a crime in Nuremberg.

'She was an active participant in the discussions related to the group's armed conflict, and she was involved in illegal activities with her accomplices for almost 14 years. For that reason, I am convinced that she wasn't just an accessory or merely a companion, but was in fact acting on the same level as the others.'

Other controversies than the police bungling are swirling around the trial before the first opening statements. Munich authorities have failed to reserve a single seat for a member of the Turkish media, despite the nationality of most of the victims.

This has led to renewed charges of German racism at worst, and indifference at best, to foreigners in the country.

The trial will open just days after police discovered a neo-Nazi information service operating in the country's jails seeking to contact NSU members.

The network sent coded messages between prisons hidden in letters and the classified ads sections of magazines. Again, the news seems to have failed to reach any outrage gene among Germans, who still break out in a cold sweat about left-wing violence.


Remembrance: A monument to commemorate the victims of the NSU terror group is pictured in Nuremberg

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what these germans have to remember is the fact that turks were, for a while, the foundation of their country buildling their railways, working their steel and weaponry factories and sweeping their streets while most of the german young men and labourers were away at war....WWI...WW2 etc.

Once the germans came back they no longer wanted to work shitty jobs or simply did have the capacity too and then more turks came in further stabilising the country...

However its in a way understandable they want to preserve their 'race' something that is built in to every human being (tribe survival) and its understandable considering that most of europe will be mixed race/non white in a 100years due to an influx of arab/foreign immigrants plus asians/africans and dark skin coloured people naturally outnumber the europeans...germany has a strong economy and therefore would attract more immigrants...

so killing turks is a bit stupid and dumb...but killing islamic extremists? understandable.

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It's such a waste to see fine ears like theirs not being utilised with glasses

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Threesomes, porn stars and a terror love triangle: Sex-obsessed 'Bride of Hitler' bedded two founders of neo Nazi death cult behind ten murders in 13-year killing spree

'Bride of Hitler' Beate Zschaepe - on trial for her part in a 13-year murder spree carried out by a neo-Nazi hit team - fuelled her quest to build a Fourth Reich on a diet of porn and multiple sex partners, it has been alleged.

This week, after almost two mute years in the dock, the stony-faced Zschaepe broke her silence to apologise to victims of the death squad executed by her psychopathic lovers.

But observers believe that this was a calculated ploy by the nymphomaniac power-freak who is trying to present a softer image to the world, before more damaging revelations about her pour out in testimony.

Zschaepe, 40, is the sole-surviving member of the National Socialist Underground which murdered nine immigrant businessmen and a female police officer in Germany in a reign of terror which also included bank robberies, bombings and weapons seizures. She denies any involvement.

The trial has sketched an outline of a lost young woman from the former Communist East Germany, who found self-worth in the propaganda images of the 1930's when Hitler told Germans their blood and their land was 'sacred'.

Testimony from witnesses and police evidence gathered after the cell imploded in 2011 have made it clear that she did not let her plain-Jane looks hinder her. Instead she cultivated a manipulative brilliance that fed her oversized libido and allowed her to dominate the men who fell under her spell.

The sexual compulsions of Zschaepe began when she was still a schoolgirl - long before she fell in love with the Nazis.

At the Jena-Winzerla youth club in the early 1990s a social worker recalled how 'she loved all the boys and used sex to manipulate them'.

Like most manipulative personalities, she projected an aura of normality in her youth in Jena - people called her helpful, nice, obliging and kind.

But years later extracts from her police record, acquired through blackmailing Vietnamese traders for cigarettes, shoplifting and run-ins with leftists, noted she was 'vulgar, primitive and subliminally aggressive.'

Zschaepe - who would go on to adopt the aliases Susann Dienelt, Mandy Pohl and Bärbel Bucilows during her life underground - was born in Jena on January 2 1975.

Her East German mother had parted from her Romanian father, who she never met, and later Beate took the surname of one of her new husbands.

Psychological profiles drawn of her after her arrest paint a portrait of a young woman in search of herself in the ruins of the crumbling communist state she grew up in.

A rebel without a cause, she found one in Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt, a pair of low-achieving, low-rent dreamers who morphed into a killing machine they dreamed would create a Fourth Reich.

It is unclear when she first began sleeping with them but, on and off during the 13 years they lived as lawless fugitives under the radar of authorities, she was the lover of both of them - and then some.

A neighbour of the house where the trio lived testified at her trial about how she 'loved talking to me about sex'.

And the conservative daily Die Welt commented: 'She manipulated with sex. Both men never had a girlfriend except her. Her importance for them was huge. Without her, the NSU group would not have existed.'

Visitors to boozy parties at the suburban home that was both lair and hideout during the 13 year killing spree, spoke of a 'highly charged' sexual atmosphere where Zschaepe would often go off to one of the bedrooms with a casual lover for the evening.

'The violence, the violent lust, the sexual desire and the booze merged in this group,' said political scientist Professor Hajo Funke.

Later, when it was all over, police found on one of the semi-destroyed computers in the ruins of the house at number two, Polenzstrasse, in Zwickau, that she allegedly blew up in a bid to hide evidence, electronic footprints detailing her obsession with pornography.

Domains with names like 'Gina Lisa's sex tape', 'Dirty Tracy' and 'Jasmin hot in the basement' were the fertile cyber hunting grounds she stalked to come up with new fantasies to tantalise her partners with.

But there were others of a much darker, sinister nature, too. Child pornography was allegedly found on the hard disk, disturbing images of children as young as three in degrading poses and video clips.

Tino Brandt, the so-called 'fellowship director' of the NSU, who was indicted for sexual abuse in 66 cases for arranging underage boys for men in the neo-Nazi scene, was a friend of her's.

The discovery of the child pornography led Yavuz Narin, a lawyer for victims of the killers, to conclude: 'It is possibly almost an understatement to speak of a network when describing this group. One should rather speak of a swamp.'

But more than children she seemed particularly obsessed with a surgically over-enhanced model called 'Sexy Cora', aka Carolin Wosnitza who died at the age of 23 in 2011. A star of the German version of Big Brother, she died after a breast-enlargement operation at a private clinic in Hamburg went tragically wrong.

Zschaepe hit on her website more than any other. A police officer noted: 'It was almost as if the plain woman who looked like a housewife working on the till at Aldi thought she could absorb the racy, sexy look of a model by just staring at her in cyberspace. Pretty sad really.'

It has become clear during the trial that the accomplice-lovers were never enough to satisfy her. Just over 100 days into hearings a former supporter of the National Socialist Underground told the court he had an affair with her at the same time she was sleeping with both her sidekicks.

Boehnhardt and Mundlos killed themselves after a botched bank raid in 2011, leaving their 'moll' to face justice.

Her former lover, identified only as Martin M, aged 46, took the witness stand to talk about his involvement with group - and with her.

'The two Uwes were not jealous,' he said, 'Although she was going with both of them.'

His affair lasted from late 1996 until 1997. 'We were pretty blatant about it,' he said. He told the court that during this time Zschaepe was angry with the skinhead scene in Germany - its drinking, hooliganism and drug taking.

He said it started during one of their parties which were attended by hard-core Nazis who liked dancing to Oi! music and drinking to excess. He did not detail their own sexual shenanigans except to say she was an 'energetic' lover.

While sex may have been the glue bonding her to numerous men, the bedrock was Nazism and she was a firm believer in its undiluted form as practised by Adolf Hitler.

One of the games she invented with her lovers, to pass the time when not in bed or plotting murder, was a perverted version of Monopoly where Jews get sent to death camps and the winner is the person who deports the most to the gas chambers.

The gang called the game 'Pogromly' - from the word pogrom meaning a violent riot that were often organised against Jews in Russia and eastern Europe over several centuries - and featured a skull wearing a German helmet in the centre of the board, S.S. runic flashes and plenty of swastikas.

Prosecutors at the trial of Zschaepe say she and her now-dead NSU sidekicks invented the game to pass away the time 'between assassinations and robberies.' The aim of the game: to annihilate Jewish life in German cities and send Jews to death camps.

It became a major exhibit on day 85 of the trial which is the biggest neo-Nazi process ever heard in postwar Germany.

A police officer who investigated the game told the court: 'The idea was to get Jew-free towns.' Instead of the four railway stations that feature on every Monopoly board the gang had the name of four notorious concentration and death camps: Auschwitz, Dachau, Ravensbrueck and Buchenwald.

Chance and Community Chest cards had instructions like: 'Go to the next concentration camp and hand in the captured Jews and make the owner pay twice the normal rent.' On another: 'You fought off a horde of red lice using a machine gun. Reward; 2,000 Reichsmark.'

The gang made several copies of the game which they sold to far-right fanatics themselves across Germany for around 80 pounds a time. The proceeds went towards financing their life underground as they carried out their murder missions.

The indictment against Zschaepe states that the helped devise the game 'in an insidious way and identifying completely with the genocide of the Jews in the Third Reich.'

The dream of the Fourth Reich ended on November 4 2011 when her male accomplices botched a bank raid. In a pre-arranged plan to avoid capture, Mundlos shot his friend before turning the gun on himself.

Zschaepe, as instructed, blew up their hideout. But the blast and subsequent fire failed to destroy a mountain of evidence, including videotapes in which the trio boasted of their crimes. Days later, as a massive manhunt stretched across the country, she turned herself in.

Zschaepe, idolised by Norwegian mass-killer Anders Breivik who wrote to her advising her to use her trial to spread 'right-wing propaganada,' hoped that her confession about 'moral guilt' in the killings carried out by her cohorts will help to soften her image and, perhaps, the sentence that ultimately awaits her.

But prosecutor Harald Range said; 'Their central motive was to unsettle our fellow citizens of foreign origin -- the goal being that they would leave Germany, out of fear for their own safety.' He said it was likely that the murderers were looking to create a 'monument' for themselves with the killings.

He said that Zschaepe was involved deeply in the murders. He went on; 'To visualize it, one could say that two people did the killing while the third person stood guard.

Not directly at the scene of the crime, but by handling the cover and the logistics. By securing the apartment as an indispensable headquarters for the NSU, by cultivating the stories and by handling the group's financial affairs.

This is why we see Beate Zschaepe as a full co-perpetrator. She collaborated in all the murders and attacks.

'She knew what was going on. And there is also witness testimony that places Zschaepe very close to the scene of a crime in Nuremberg.

'She was an active participant in the discussions related to the group's armed conflict, and she was involved in illegal activities with her accomplices for almost 14 years.

'For that reason, I am convinced that she wasn't just an accessory or merely a companion, but was in fact acting on the same level as the others.'

If there is one man who she would dearly love to manipulate now, it would be him. But she cannot.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...ing-spree.html

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Wow, let's hope she gets the harshest sentence!

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