He had a tattoo on his stomach of two World War II German army pistols on both sides of a cracked skull, accompanied by the words, in English: "Die Jew Die." The state intelligence agents did not investigate potential connections between André E. Close to Blowing Her Cover In early January 2007, an officer with the youth crime division showed up at Polenzstrasse 2 to interview Zschäpe as a witness.
She told the police that her name was Susann E., and that she was the wife of André E.
Russian author Daniil Granin gave the keynote speech.What Zschäpe, Mundlos and Böhnhardt couldn't have known was that while the water leakage episode was unfolding, agents with the Saxony State Office for the Protection of the Constitution (the state-level branch of Germany's domestic intelligence service), had André E., a neo-Nazi, under surveillance only 4 kilometers away. and his twin brother Maik held "prominent positions" within the right-wing extremist community.The authorities had become aware of the men when they were members of a group called the "White Brotherhood of the Erzgebirge" (Ore Mountains). was planning to establish a new Kameradschaft, a small militant neo-Nazi group.But the site where this rant was posted isn’t based in America.United Aryan Front, along with scores of other American extremist groups, is on VK, also known as VKontakte—otherwise known as Russia’s version of Facebook.