German Special Forces unit to be dissolved, source says, after reported far-right links

German Special Forces unit to be dissolved, source says, after reported far-right links

“The Second Commando Company will be dissolved by KSK,” the source said, asking not to be named ahead of the news Wednesday.

KSK special command that is one of the German Army forces – was designed in the 1990s equivalent of the US Special Operations Empire in the lane, an analysis firm.

That is the unit that is about to embark on anti-1.400 to fear campaign as a hostage situation, according to the AFP news agency.

The Defense Minister said Annegret kramp-peer Karrenbauer German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung on Tuesday issued, which is on the side to dissolve the group as “independent space” of the chain of command “Currently enrolled.

Germany has so much that the bar is a sign of the onset of the latest of Shisha, were a big problem, and that which was right

The minister also described as having a unit of “toxic leadership culture. “

The newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) also revealed the details of the plan Tuesday.

FAZ group said that the part will be dissolved, with the notable incidents in the heap build-up and right-wing extremists secret military unit, “and that about 70 soldiers were affected.

KSK members often are not linked to the extreme right wing all ideologies. A stash of weapons and the missiles and May the choice one of the soldiers had been in the house of the Germans, and explosives. LTR told CNN it was a member of the KSK.

Among the weapons seized weapons police raid on the chosen young German soldier & # 39; s home

Germany Military Counterintelligence Service had been investigating members of the special forces and a long house search was conducted after a tip-off from intelligence agency kramp Karrenbauer, said at the time.

A working group marched to the Minister to look into the issue in May, is reported on Tuesday submitted its conclusions for.

The report that the KSK warned: “There will not continue in the current form,” and do not need “more integrated into the Bundeswehr,” according to AFP.

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