berlin - An informer from the German police is suspected of urging extreme Muslims to attack. According to German media, the victim of the bloody attack at the Christmas market in Berlin in December would have been in contact with the informant.
It is an informant who was infiltrated for the national investigation of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia in Islamic circles around the preacher Abu Walaa. The Berliner Morgenpost reported Thursday on the basis of statements by lawyers and a former Islamic group supporter that the man not only provided information to the police but also committed extremists to terrorist acts.
The VP-01 informant would also have been in touch with the fighter of Berlin, Anis Amri, and may have encouraged him. Due to the attack on the Christmas market on the Breitscheidplatz, twelve people were injured almost seventy.