′Oldschool Society′ Neo-Nazis Go on Trial for Refugee Home Attacks
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Four Germans have gone on trial on suspicion of planning to detonate nail bombs at a home for asylum seekers. The three men and one woman allegedly formed a far-right terror group, known as as the “Oldschool Society.”
Federal prosecutors say the four suspects, who went on trial in Munich on Wednesday, first met with a larger group to in November 2014 to discuss the “the manufacturing of explosives, as well as attacks on Salafists and asylum seekers” in the eastern German city of Leipzig.
By May 2015, when the four defendants were arrested, they had already made a concrete plot “for a bomb attack at an inhabited refugee shelter,” authorities said ahead the trial.