In Hesse, a Special investigator after threatening emails and Pointing to a right network in the police started his work. The 54-year-old Hanspeter Mener is supposed to lead the investigation into the "NSU 2.0"-threatening e-mails lead, said Interior Minister Peter Beuth (CDU) in Wiesbaden on Friday. The demands for a complete clarification of the events are increasing nationwide.
The Hessian Left-wing parliamentary group leader Janine Wissler had most recently received threatening e-mails marked "NSU 2.0" are signed. After the reports of a first threatening letter, another mail had been sent to the politician, as her faction in the Wiesbaden state parliament confirmed on Wednesday evening. Wissler had after the first mails of a Death threat spoken.
Also the leader of the parliamentary group of the Left Party in the Berlin House of Representatives, Anne Helm, has been threatened with death by mail. A mail with a kind of "death sentence" had arrived on her private account last weekend, Helm told several media on Friday, after first the "Tageszeitung" (taz) had reported. The letter was also signed "NSU 2".0". Also the Thuringian member of the Bundestag Martina Renner received such a threatening e-mail, as she told the "taz".