It is now one year since Germany’s National Socialist Underground murder trial began. But the families of the ten mainly Turkish and Greek victims are no nearer to finding out why their loved ones were killed.
With two of the three alleged murderers having committed suicide, the third defendant Beate Zschape is refusing to speak.
All three suspects are accused of having committed racially motivated murders between 2002 and 2007. However was the NSU really only comprised of the three suspects? And why are some key right-wing witnesses not also being questioned?
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