After more then 5 years, in June 2018 the trial against three members of the so-called 'NSU' far-right terror network ended in Munich. The racist motivated murder of nine small entrepeneurs and a police woman has shaken german society. Investigators and media for a long time did not see right-wing terror as a possibility. Up until today the voices of the bereaved are in parts ignored. The question how the terror group chose their victims, as well as who supported them have not been revelaed. At the trial neo-nazis already lined up in the early morning hours to attend and later mock the murdered and hurt by the terror group by applauding as the sentences were spoken. Social initiatives as well as the families of the murdered called for a demonstration to Munich and held press conferences to have their demands heard: To uncover the whole 'NSU' network including the full revelation of the involvement by the Verfassungsschutz in far-right structures and an abortion of the secret service.
Protest on the day of the proclamation of sentence with the names of those murdered and drawn portraits carried up front.
Karl-Heinz Statzberger, convicted for planning a bombing on the groundbreaking ceremony of the new Munich synagogue 2003, in line to attend the trial.
Protest in front of the court.
Ismail Yozgat, father of victim Halit Yozgat giving interviews on the day of the last hearings in the trial.
Media surrounding families of victims.
Abdul Simsek, son of murdred Enver Simsek and his lawyer during a press conference on the day of the proclamation of sentence.