A neo-Nazi cell reportedly murdered Turks in Germany during a seven-year Gladio-style terrorism spree.
On 2 June 2012, Heinz Fromm resigned as the boss of German intelligence.
German spy chief quits over neo-Nazi investigation scandal /Errors in Neo-Nazi Investigation: German Spy Chief Quits over Botched Terror Probe
Politicians have suggested that that neo-Nazis may be working for German intelligence.
After World War II, the CIA and NATO made use of Nazis to carry out acts of terrorism, as part of Operation Gladio.
Reportedly, the German neo-Nazis worked with 'Black September'.
Michele, victim of the US intelligence services?
In 2007, Michéle Kiesewetter, a German police officer, was killed 'by neo-nazi terrorists' in Heilbronn, Germany.
Her service pistol was later retrieved, when Uwe Böhnhardt and Uwe Mundlos, the two German neo-nazis 'committed suicide' in a caravan on 4 November 2011.
Zschäpe, Bohnhardt and Mundlos
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Turkey's Islamist government and spy services reportedly work for the CIA.
The secret document refers to two American intelligence officials and two German officials, on 25 April 2007 in Heilbronn, involved with the German-Turk Mevlüt K and an unidentified suspect.
The 'surveillance' ended after a shooting.
(Mevlut K. : CIA Link To Islamic Terror Plot)
According to SPIEGEL ONLINE
Mevlut K is suspected of having helped the four members of the so-called "Sauerland cell" to get 26 detonators into Germany for a planned series of attacks on targets.
Daniel Schneider, Atilla Selek, Fritz Gelowicz, Adem Yılmaz (some of whom may be secretly Jewish)
Mevlüt K. had built up a network of Islamic militants in Germany and the Balkans, according to German police.
Acoording to Selek, Mevlüt K. was a contact man in Istanbul for Islamists who wanted to fight in Chechnya.
But Mevluk K. was also an informant for the Turkish intelligence service, as SPIEGEL reported.
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Neo-Nazis Beate Zschape, Uwe Mundlos and Uwe and Böhnhardt were implicated in the murder of the policewoman.
Germany's Military Counterintelligence Service (MAD) apparently had little interest in arrests.
The German broadcaster MDR reported that MAD was informed about the whereabouts of the neo-Nazis Uwe Mundlos and Uwe and Beate Böhnhardt, but MAD apparently took no action.
In November 2011, the police reportedly discovered, in a burnt-out caravan, 'the bodies of Uwe Mundlos and Uwe Böhnhardt', the leaders of the neo-Nazi terror gang who allegedly killed the policewoman.
Witnesses claim to have seen someone leave the caravan before it became 'burnt out'.
Many assume that the neo-Nazi gang, just like al Qaeda and the other Islamists, work for the CIA and its friends in NATO.
"In Belgium shoppers in supermarkets were gunned down by men described at the time as being part of leftwing terrorist cells. They turned out to be serving or former police officers.
"The British section ran training camps for young, potentially fanatical members of the extremist British Movement and discussed pre-emptive strikes against members of the TUC and a wide range of people covering all shades of the left including MPs.
Uwe Böhnhardt and Uwe Mundlos.
"A question remains over why the NSU killed the police woman, Michele Kiesewetter. Had she discovered something or was she intended to look like another alleged victim of a a non-existent Turkish gang war?
"Another question is why Zschäpe handed herself in. Was she worried that she might otherwise be found in a burning car with a bullet in her head, as happened in Italy after the nazi Bologna bombing in 1980, when far-right exiles were tempted to return home, only to be deemed unreliable and killed in cold blood by special police units."
Guns found at the NSU cell’s burnt out house in Zwickau.