NSU Murder Trial Sparks Protests Outside Munich


Demonstrators protesting against right-wing violence, including one... News PhotoAdult,Berlin,Bestof,Crime,Day,Germany,Holding,Justice - Concept,Law,Legal Trial,Murder,National Socialist Underground,Neo-nazism,Protest,Protestor,Reading,Right-Wing,Sign,Social Issues,Topics,Topix,Vertical,Violence,WomenPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesBERLIN, GERMANY - MAY 06: Demonstrators protesting against right-wing violence, including one woman holding a sign that reads: 'What did Andreas T., an agent of the Office for the Protection of the Consitution, really see at the crime scene?' on the first day of the NSU neo-Nazi murder trial on May 6, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Andreas T., who works for Germany's anti-terrorism agency, the Office for the Protection of the Consitution, was at the Internet cafe in Kassel when NSU members murdered Halit Yozgat in 2006, though T. claims to have seen nothing relevant to the crime. The main defendant in the trial, which began today in Munich, Beate Zschaepe, is on trial for her role in assisting Uwe Boehnhardt and Uwe Mundlos in the murder of nine immigrants and one policewoman across Germany between 2000 and 2007, and four other co-defendants, including Ralf Wohlleben, Holder G., Carsten S. and Andre E., are accused of assisting the trio. Zschaepe, Mundlos and Boehnhardt lived together for years undetected by police and called themselves the National Socialist Underground, or NSU. The case only came to light after Mundlos and Boehnhardt committed suicide after the two were cornered by police following a bank robbery in 2011. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)