Foreign News: Raided

Berlin police requested permission from the Presidents of the Reichstag and the Prussian Landtag (Prussian Parliament) to search the rooms in the buildings that had been set aside for the use of Communist Deputies.

The police declared that they had in their possession 80 bundles of documents incriminating Communists and they informed the Presidents of the names of several Reds who were suspected of being concerned in murder plots

Both Presidents waived the immunity of their members. Defending his action in the Prussian Landtag, President Leinert declared...

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