German Police Apprehends Far-Right Group Plotting to Attack Energy Grid

The State Criminal Police (LKA) in Mainz Germany reported Thursday, several arrests in connection with a right-wing terror group plotting to overthrow the German government and create “a civil war-like” situation.

According to the police force, the right-wing terror group was called Vereinte Patrioten (German for United Patriots). 

The group used a group chat to plan a series of bombing attacks in the country, including Germany’s energy infrastructure, to topple the German government. 

Investigators in the western German state of Rhineland-Palatinate said they had arrested four members of a right-wing extremist chat group.

The investigators said that those arrested were German nationals linked to the COVID-denier protest scene and the “Reichsbürger” movement.

The group also planned to abduct Health Minister Karl Lauterbach, among other public figures, investigators added.

The police found and confiscated several weapons like Kalashnikov rifle, ammunition, cash, and gold and silver ingots were confiscated during nationwide raids on Wednesday.

Police and prosecutors also collected mobile phones, data storage systems, computers, written documents about the group’s plans, and forged coronavirus vaccination and test certificates.


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