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One of the most significant aspects of the case is the fact that powerful elements within the German government  are going to extraordinary lengths to eclipse the institutional connections of the group.
Turkish media  were excluded from being seated at the trial of the group , many of whose victims were Turks. In addition, leading German media  were left out of a “raffle” to award seating at the trial.
Germany Watch has suggested  that the apparent German intelligence stewardship of the National Socialist Union may have been a vehicle to eliminate peopel with information about the 9/11 attacks.
We now learn that the families of their victims and their attorneys have despaired, suspecting that the prosecutors have no interest in pursuing justice in the case, noting their dismissal of victims families counsel attempts at introducing evidence.
EXCERPT: . . . . Chancellor Angela Merkel’s promise that the murders would be thoroughly investigated once gave them comfort, hope, and courage. But after 11 months of trial most of the plaintiffs have lost faith in a fair trial or a just sentence. Zschäpe’s self-confident, occasionally even cheerful demeanor, has played a major role in that. She has remained unmoved throughout, even when her mother and cousin testified on her behalf .
She behaves very differently towards her three defense attorneys, who always stand protectively in front of her — to make things difficult for the curious photographers — when she enters court room A 101. Zschäpe often smiles as she confers with the trio of defenders, as the visitors can clearly see from their gallery three meters above her head.
. . . . But families are also often nonplussed by the conduct of the state prosecutors when they dismiss as irrelevant their lawyers’ requests to present evidence. Sebastian Scharmer, the attorney representing the interests of the family of Mehmet Kubasik, who was murdered in Dortmund in 2006, has openly accused the prosecutors of lacking interest in investigating the murders. . . .