Neo-Nazi Terror

Extremists turn violent

They found his body in his cell early one morning last week. Heinrich Lembke, 44, a forester and a dedicated neo-Nazi, had hanged himself with a radio cord. He had been arrested when police found drawings in his home leading to arms that were buried around his property near Hamburg. But before he committed suicide, Lembke told authorities of an arsenal of weapons, some 90 crates of hand grenades, guns, ammunition, plus poison, that was concealed at 33 sites throughout the countryside. The discoveries, the largest of their kind in West...

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