Neo-Nazi given life sentence for German race murders

After a five-year trial, a member of a neo-Nazi gang has been found guilty of 10 racially-motivated murders.

Beate Zschäpe was the main defendant on trial over the murder of eight ethnic Turks, a Greek citizen and a policewoman between 2000 and 2007.

The verdict carries an automatic life sentence.

The connection between the murders was only discovered
by chance in 2011, after a botched robbery led to the neo-Nazi group's discovery.

Zschäpe shared a flat with two men, who died in an apparent suicide pact. The bodies of Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt were found in a burnt-out caravan.

A public inquiry followed over how German police failed to discover the murder plot earlier.




BBC

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