In western Germany, 29 police officers were involved in the Nazi propaganda case

Almost three dozen German law enforcement officers in North Rhine-Westphalia’s western region have become involved in inciting hatred and spreading Nazi propaganda.

They appear in the case of Hitler and Nazi collages depicting the death of immigrants in a gas chamber and the shooting of a black man in group chats.

At least two of the 29 suspects have been distributing such material for several years. This was reported to the Federal Land Ministry of the Interior.

“The materials distributed by the police contained the dirtiest and most disgusting neo-Nazi, racist and refugee propaganda”, –  said department head Herbert Reul.