World Bulletin/News Desk
Chairman of the German Federal Parliamentary Investigation Committee, Sebastian Edathy on Friday said that their aim was to reestablish confidence in the rule of law.
Speaking at a press conference in the Turkish capital of Ankara on Friday, Edathy underlined that there was no evidence in Germany showing that Neo-Nazi murders were connected to any official institution or any official person.
Edathy's committee investigates the Neo-Nazi murders which took place between 2000 and 2007.
10 people, including 8 Turks, were killed by Neo-Nazis between those years.
A member of the German parliamentary committee, Petra Pan said that 105 people were killed by Neo-Nazis in Germany since 1990.Last Mod: 16 Şubat 2013, 12:40