The Dresden Public Prosecutor’s Office is investigating two women for spreading anti-Semitic hate speech online. During the search of two apartments in the northern Saxony district, several data carriers were secured in connection with the case in mid-July, the Dresden Public Prosecutor announced on Thursday. The five cell phones and three laptops would now have to be read out by the central office Cybercrime Saxony and the data evaluated.
FAcebook The 34 and 40-year-old suspects are said to have sent hate comments to a survivor of the attack on the Halle synagogue on October 9, 2019 via Instagram and Facebook. At the time of the first hate news in October 2020, the person concerned appeared as a joint plaintiff in the main hearing against the assassin before the Naumburg Higher Regional Court.
The right-wing terrorist was sentenced to life imprisonment with subsequent preventive detention at the end of December 2020. The verdict was issued for, among other things, double murder, multiple attempted murder and sedition. The court also determined the particular gravity of the guilt. epd